Pontiac Aztek Accessories & Parts

About Pontiac Aztek

The Pontiac Aztek is a midsize crossover SUV that first rolled off the line for the 2001 model year. Constructed off of Pontiac's front-wheel drive U-Body platform (along with GM's Buick Rendezvous), the Aztek holds the distinction of being the first vehicle in its class (midsize crossover) offered by GM. The model was assembled at GM's plant in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico. Upon its debut, the Aztek was equipped with a standard 3.4L V6 engine directed through a four-speed automatic transmission. Base versions of the Aztek were front-wheel drive, but all-wheel-drive could be obtained either as an option or with the higher-level GT trim. Pontiac utilized its company-developed "Versatrak" all-wheel-drive system, which increased traction based on weather conditions. As for the vehicle's dimensions, the Pontiac Aztek measured in with a wheelbase of 108.3 inches, a width of 73.7 inches, a height of 66.7 inches, and an overall length of 192.1 inches.

GT versions of the Aztek not only came with Versatrak all-wheel-drive, but also with an independent rear suspension. Inside the Aztek featured a layout predicated upon convenience and cargo. The center console could serve as a removable cooler and thanks to a tent/mattress package which showcased an air compressor, the Aztek could be geared up immediately as a camping vehicle. Interior space was listed at 1.2m by 2.4m and considered more than adequate for drivers to be able to transport lumber, cargo, and sporting equipment. There were not a bevy of changes made to the Aztek parts with the model heading into its second year. Pontiac improved the bodyside cladding by matching it to the exterior's color. Turn signals were revised, as well.

In 2003, the Pontiac Aztek Rally Edition was unveiled, which showed off a large rear spoiler, lowered front suspension, 17" chromed wheels, and a color-match front-end grille. Both satellite radio and a DVD entertainment system became available as options across the board. A year later, a CD/MP3 audio system was the lone stereo option for the Aztek. 2005 didn't welcome in too many changes, either, although OnStar navigation was implemented. Following the 2005 model year, Pontiac discontinued the Aztek from the lineup. Despite no longer being in production, the Aztek did gain attention during its time on the road due to its unique presence, utility, and V6 performance. The Pontiac Aztek was nominated to Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best List (2001) and recognized as the Most Appealing Entry SUV by J.D. Power and Associates (2001).

There has only been a couple of crossover SUVs that really stand out in terms of style and overall versatility. One is the Nissan Xterra, the stylish off-roader that beats the gravel down with Gen-X flair. The other is the Pontiac Aztek. The Aztek takes style to the next level, with its pronounced front-end design and boxy, yet contoured exterior parts. Of course, that's not the only reason drivers love it. It is flexible and strong, coming to the game ready to pounce on the blacktop and turn off the beaten path for further enjoyment. It is tough, it is attractive, and it is reliable. The Pontiac Aztek does it all, especially when stylish accessories come into play.

Pontiac Aztek Accessories and Parts from CARiD.com can be counted on to deliver authentic quality every step of the way. That's because we work with all the big-time manufacturers in the game to ensure that all of our Pontiac Aztek accessories and parts present the kind of style and durability your SUV needs to keep putting a smile on your face! The newest styles, classic favorites, and most advanced methods of protection are why our inventory of Pontiac Aztek accessories knows no equals.

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2001 Pontiac Aztek | Posted by Dhanasar | (Jamaica, NY)

Good product. Fits good lot if work to install.

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Pontiac Aztek Models
  • Aztek Base Accessories
  • Aztek GT Accessories
  • Aztek Rally Accessories
  • Aztek V Accessories