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2001 Pontiac Aztek

It is definitely distinct in appearance, but so too is its composition and purpose. Pontiac calls it the world's first SRV, or sport-recreation vehicle, a multi-purpose machine designed to support active lifestyles with lots of space for hauling bicycles, kayaks, snowboards, skis as well as other recreational gear. Designers drew inspiration from a number of sources, ranging from the multi-function Swiss Army Knife to the tone and feel of high-tech sports equipment like mountain bikes and scuba gear. The result is an interior that flips and folds and contorts as a extremely individualized package with comfortable space for five passengers and lots of individual stuff for sport and play.

 

Core mechanical components come from Pontiac's front-wheel-drive Montana, so Aztek drives and rides with the easy-to-maneuver agility of a minivan, yet the tall stance and load-carrying capacity makes it act like a sport-utility wagon. And that wild exterior package: Some say it's ugly. Pontiac calls it an aggressive statement pitched to a youthful, active audience. Model Lineup A 3.4-liter V6 engine provides 185 horsepower to the front wheels by means of an electronically controlled four-speed automatic transaxle. In January 2001, the Aztek will be available with all-wheel drive; the AWD version uses GM's new Versatrak system, which has met favorable reviews.

 

Two models are accessible, Aztek and Aztek GT. The base Aztek at $21,445 packs an extensive list of regular equipment including frontal and side-impact airbags and anti-lock brakes. Air conditioning, power windows, power door locks and power mirrors are also standard. A GT package, beginning at $24,445, brings dual-zone heating and air conditioning, cruise control, traction control, remote keyless entry, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with radio controls, a removable console cooler along with a rooftop rack for mounting recreational equipment.

 


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