Pontiac Trans Sport Parts

About Pontiac Trans Sport Parts

The Pontiac Trans Sport, a minivan, was released by Pontiac in 1989. The car was built on the U-body platform and it had front-wheel drive. The first generation of the Pontiac Trans Sport was fitted with a 2.3L, 3.1L, 3.4L or a 3.8L engine, with a 3 or 4-speed automatic transmission or a 5-speed manual transmission. In 1992, the new GT version of the Pontiac Trans Sport was introduced, the car was fitted with leather seats, ABS and stereo system. The second generation was in production from 1997 to 1999. It had a restyled body, a 3.4L V6 engine and a 4-speed automatic transmission.

The Trans Sport was shown to the public in 1986, and the public liked the new design. The car had futuristic styling, bucket seats with built-in stereo speakers and even the built-in Nintendo Entertainment System. Many innovative features were used in the car, such as a galvanized steel roof and plastic body panels. Today the Pontiac Trans Sport does not look like a vehicle of the future. And like any other vehicle, it will eventually need replacement parts, otherwise, its performance can be seriously compromised. That's when CARiD comes into play and offers numerous replacement parts for your vehicle, including engine parts, exhaust parts, suspension parts, and more at prices that will make you smile.

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The widest range of products, outstanding quality, and affordable prices are the three pillars on which CARiD bases its work. As a result, we provide an extensive selection of high quality Pontiac Trans Sport repair parts manufactured to restore your vehicle to like new condition at the most attractive prices. No matter whether you are changing an air filter or doing a routine brake job on your Pontiac Trans Sport, we have everything for your repair and maintenance needs.

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