Launched from the house of Chevrolet, the Pontiac Trans is a sports car that is associated with many other sibling models from the company such as the Oldsmobile Silhouette and the Chevrolet Lumina APV. Introduced as the model of the year 1990, the version exhibited some innovative features which were later discontinued in the year of 1998. Replaced by its successor Pontiac Montana, this car is considered to belong in the minivan class with FF layout and U-body platform.
The primary purpose of the launch of this Pontiac Trans and its similar variations were to compete with the models of Dodge Caravan and Plymouth.
While Chevrolet had larger vehicles, they introduced these minivans in order to win the market with innovative features such as the truck platform with rear wheel driving option, on frame body and more. These minivans from General Motors were undoubtedly more successful and prominent that the other items of Astro or Safari in the market scenario which captures the fancy of a big chunk of car enthusiasts in this category.
Using high end technologies and mechanisms, the car model was engineered with the best variations of Oldsmobile and Chevrolet, added with galvanized steel roofing and polyester plastic body panels that are used on top of the vehicle for framing purpose. In the seating arrangement, this car offers 6 seats in the pattern of 2+2+2 with two rear seats and one front seat. The car model is also loaded with level riding package, rear shock with air pressurized absorber, height maintenance compressor, hose kit and control panel to name a few.