|Pontiac Trans Sport|
|Body Style||4-Door Minivan|
|Transmission||3-Speed Automatic, FWD|
4-Speed Automatic, FWD
|Engine||3.1L (191 cid) V6 (1990-1995)|
3.4L (207 cid) V6 (1996)
3.8L (231 cid) V6 (1992-1996)
|Similar||Chevrolet Lumina APV|
The Pontiac Trans Sport was Pontiac's first foray into the minivan market, introduced along side the Chevrolet Lumina APV and Oldsmobile Silhouette in 1990. All drivetrain choices were identical to the Chevy and Oldsmobile, but Pontiac's entry had decidedly the more sporty flavor of the trio (if you can call a minivan "sporty"), even going so far as offering a "GT" model for 1992 (its only year). Base and SE models were offered in all years. The first generation Trans Sport would last thru 1996, when it would be replaced by a more conventionally redesigned model in 1997.
See the Chevrolet Lumina APV entry for more detailed comments about the first generation Pontiac Trans Sport.