The greatest minivan ever produced. It has been described as a "fire-breathing grocery-getter," equipped with a fairly powerful 3.1L, 3.4L or 3.8L V6. Introduced in 1990 and discontinued in 2004, one of the three "dustbuster" minivans produced by GM (see Pontiac Trans Sport, Chevy Lumina). Has more low-end torque than an identically-equipped sedan, since it hauls more cargo (ie seven people plus things). If the seats are removed, it beats some pickups in cargo room. People are surprised when they pass me, thinking that because I'm driving a minivan I must be going slow, when I pass them up by accelerating to 100 MPH.
Don't fuck with the Oldsmobile Silhouette. Ownzer.
FWD midsize sedan. A GM A-body made by Pontiac which was discontinued in 1991 (see Buick Century, Chevy Celebrity, Oldsmobile Ciera). They are very reliable cars. Even the old models, which go back to 1982, are very roomy, legally seating up to six with the bench seat in front. For some reason, they were offered with a 2.5L 4-cylinder; apparently they thought having a 4-cyl = better gas mileage. The car is so damn heavy it didn't get much better mileage than the V6 model. Early models, such as the '84, came with a 2.8L V6 and a 3-speed auto. Later ones upgraded to the 3.1 with a 4-speed overdrive.
I bought a 6000 LE for $20. It looked like total shit, but could leave any ricer sitting at the light. Didn't have a muffler either. Upon hearing the engine rev, it was mistaken for an old Mustang. Ownzer.