The more we drive the slant-nose General Motors mini-vans, the more we come to like them in terms of ride, handling, room and comfort-even if the ski-slope nose still leaves us a bit cold. With the addition of the optional 3.8-liter, 170-h.p., V-6 engine and 4-speed automatic last year, the Pontiac Trans Sport solved one of the van's nagging problems-power to merge and pass. The 3.8... Read full review for the 1993 Pontiac Trans Sport
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