The 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport is a minivan that is available in only one model with a choice of two six-cylinder engines. It has a unique design that is similar to Chevrolet Lumina and Oldsmobile Silhouette vans. The Trans Sport is characterized by a very smooth ride, accompanied by sufficient power to hold its own on the road. It doesn’t have a lot of space for hauling loads of stuff, but provides passengers with enough room to be comfortable.
Body Styles: minivan
Engines: 3.1-liter six-cylinder, 3.8-liter six-cylinder
Transmissions: four-speed automatic
Models: Pontiac Trans Sport SE
The 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport has a new overhead console that includes a storage bin, temperature gauge, and compass. As shift interlock has been added to the transmission.
The 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport has approximately a 192-inch length, 75-inch width, 65-inch height, and 110-inch wheelbase. A distinguishing characteristic in its design is a long, sloping nose. Its body is made up of composite panels, which are polymer materials that never rust and are dent-resistant. It sits on 15-inch wheels, and provides optional features that include a sunroof, two-tone paint, privacy glass, a roof rack, and alloy wheels.
The 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport is roomy enough to comfortably fit five passengers. In the front, there are cloth bucket seats with height-adjustable head restraints, divided by an armrest and cup holders. The dash contains logically-arranged gauges and conveniently-located controls. In the rear, there is a bench seat that fits three people. Behind the rear seat, there is a cargo area. Pockets are in the front and rear doors for easy storage. It features a ventilation system with four fan speeds and a recirculation setting, front and rear reading lights, and an illuminated glove compartment. Seating for seven passengers, leather seating, child seats, a power sliding side door, and a CD player are optional upgrades.
Performance & Handling
The 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport comes packed with either a 3.1-liter, six-cylinder engine that produces 120 horsepower and 175 lb-ft of torque or a 3.8-liter, six-cylinder engine that cranks out 170 horsepower and 190 lb-ft of torque. The stronger performance of the bigger engine is easily noticed and makes a big difference. Both engines are partnered with a four-speed automatic transmission. An optional towing package allows the van to pull 3000 pounds.
The 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport is built with a strut front suspension with stabilizer bar and a rear suspension with stabilizer bar and coil springs. It handles like a car that has good steering feel and rides nicely on various road conditions.
The 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport is equipped with anti-lock brakes on all four wheels. There is a driver-side front-impact airbag, and traction control and self-sealing tires are optional.
EPA Fuel Economy
Pontiac Trans Sport SE: 15/23 mpg city/highway
You Won't Like
- Poor visibility
- Below average gas mileage
Perfect for a small family.
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