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Background
Fea­tures cat’s eye head­lamps, over­size fog lamps, ram-air grille slots, body cladding
Inte­ri­or mate­ri­als inspired by sport­ing gear; rugged & durable
Seat­ing sur­faces mold­ed-into the tail­gate; option­al speak­ers & audio con­trols for rear
Says
“The Aztek turned heads every place we trav­eled. That’s some­thing rarely said about GM vehi­cles. After years of con­ser­v­a­tive designs, the Gen­er­al gets cred­it for tak­ing a risk.” — AWW
“Pon­ti­ac design­ers say they were inspired by ski parkas fes­tooned with pock­ets, zip­pers, & Vel­cro straps all over.” — AWW
“Pon­ti­ac expects to sell the Aztek most­ly to well-edu­cat­ed, com­put­er-savvy, out­doors-ori­ent­ed buy­ers in their ear­ly 30s who need space to haul their ski­ing or kayak­ing gear.” — AWW
Good fuel econ­o­my; EPA rat­ing of 19/26 mpg
Rides & han­dles well for SUV
Assem­bled in Ramos Arizpe, Mex­i­co
Pontiac’s all-new 2001 Aztek
2-wheel dri­ve, 4-door sport-util­i­ty with wide-track Pon­ti­ac stance
Offers pow­er, per­for­mance, tow­ing capa­bil­i­ty, & roomi­ness of full-size SUV
Start­ing at $21,995 for base; $24,995 for GT
Statistics
GT includes insu­lat­ed cool­er & info cen­ter for temp, direc­tion, fuel, etc

Tent pack­age that fits over the rear open­ing

Trail­er-tow­ing pack­age with load-lev­el­ing sys­tem & air compressor/inflator

Hik­ing pack­age with back­packs that can hang over the backs of front seats