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2008 Pontiac Montana SV6 Van w/AC, 240hp $17,998

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2008 Pontiac Montana SV6 Van w/AC, 240hp $17,998

Posted to the deals page here, but not in the forums and I think it's a really good deal so here it is:

http://www.redflagdeals.com/deals/main. ... uded_17998

2008 Pontiac Montana SV6 $17,998

* 3.9L 240hp SFI VWT V6 Engine
* Automatic Transmission
* Full Function Traction Control
* Air Conditioning
* Stabilitrak Electronic Stability Control System
* OnStar with 1-Year Safe and Sound Plan
* iPod Audio Input Jack
* 4-Wheel Disc Brakes with ABS
* Remote Keyless Entry System
* Power Windows/Locks/Mirrors
* Power Rear Quarter Vent Windows With Deep Tint Glass

It was advertised on the back page of today's Toronto Star. Good price for a pretty loaded van.
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gm should build something that runs on caw tears

L / 100 km (city / hwy / combined): 13.1 / 8.5 / 11.1
flexible fuel-gasoline: 13.1 / 8.5 / 11.1
flexible fuel-ethanol: 17.8 / 11.5 / 14.9 meh
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Jan 2, 2005
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Isn't GM done with min-van production after this year? If it is, no wonder price is dropping. Hate to be an owner of a 1-2yr old minivan which value has depreciated greatly this past year.
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jimsmith wrote:
Jun 18th, 2008 12:23 am
gm should build something that runs on caw tears

BOOOOOYAAAAHHHHHH !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Almost fell out of my chair laughing on that one.

BMR
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Nice. Looks like the resale of a 2004-2006 model with 50,000km just went under $10,000.

If you just need something to ferry around the kids, sporting goods, groceries, camping equipment, and maybe tow a small tent trailer, this will do the job nicely...
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spotts01 wrote:
Jun 18th, 2008 1:05 am
5yr 100,000km warranty?
www.gm.ca

* Base Warranty Coverage Period includes tires, approved towing, parts and labour for 3 years/60,000 km*
* No deductible
* No-charge warranty transfer
* 6 year/160,000 km* sheet metal rust-through coverage
* 8 year/130,000 km* coverage on Specified Major Emission Components

GM 160,000 km Powertrain Component Warranty
In addition to your GM New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage Period your Pontiac Montana SV6 is covered by a 5 year/160,000 km* Powertrain Limited Warranty with no deductible from the original in-service date of the vehicle. See your dealer for details.
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Mar 10, 2003
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Wow with my useless GM card points this would be a steal! That is if I wanted/needed a mini-van :(
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I have a 2007....and I LOATHE it...every morning I
  1. curse dh for downgrading me
  2. pray someone borrowed it from my driveway
  3. wish there was a recall on it so bad that they just take it back from me NOW.
This is my first GM since my 1982 TransAm, and my last!!! The problems range from no a/c to weebleing wheels (like a van on sugar), never mind the fact that one of their staff hit me in their dealer parking lot and 'ostriched' the accident.

The only PRO is that I go to a dealer that also sells Cadillacs and I make them upgrade me for a loaner.

2 more month and I hope I am done with her!!

....also remember this is for the stipped down version...short body (no storage), no tint (who the heck makes their kids sit in the heated sun?), nooooooooo options worth it.
See this button :confused: :confused: Learn how to use it PLEASE ;)
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Dealdood wrote:
Jun 18th, 2008 1:37 am
Wow with my useless GM card points this would be a steal! That is if I wanted/needed a mini-van :(

get it.. and resell :cheesygri
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Nice to see the MODS selling out to ad's with worthless posts. Ran out of slave labor posts?

Behaviour reminds me of Altavista... Whatever happened to them?
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And I thought this was going to be a newb posting in the wrong forum :o
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3weddings wrote:
Jun 18th, 2008 1:40 am
I have a 2007....and I LOATHE it...every morning I
  1. curse dh for downgrading me
  2. pray someone borrowed it from my driveway
  3. wish there was a recall on it so bad that they just take it back from me NOW.
This is my first GM since my 1982 TransAm, and my last!!! The problems range from no a/c to weebleing wheels (like a van on sugar), never mind the fact that one of their staff hit me in their dealer parking lot and 'ostriched' the accident.

The only PRO is that I go to a dealer that also sells Cadillacs and I make them upgrade me for a loaner.

Could you further elaborate on the issues you had with the vehicle?
2 more month and I hope I am done with her!!

....also remember this is for the stipped down version...short body (no storage), no tint (who the heck makes their kids sit in the heated sun?), nooooooooo options worth it.
actually my neighbors have it and no issues with it thus far, and a friend has a 98, and still running :confused: I think it is a pretty good deal for that price with the options. I will never get one, I am too young for it ;)

Could you elaborate on the issues you had with the vehicle (non maintenance related,non-accident related)
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Hot deal for someone needing a minivan.

I also saw a deal for the new Caravan for 19,999$ in the local newspaper...
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AMD wrote:
Jun 18th, 2008 2:01 am
Hot deal for someone needing a minivan.

I also saw a deal for the new Caravan for 19,999$ in the local newspaper...
I would take the caravan over this any day. That is, if it is the new caravan and not old stock from last year.
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