Pontiac Aztek Wiper Blade Sizes (2001-2005)

Driving around in your Pontiac Aztek is a heck of a lot more enjoyable when you have clear visibility during storms instead of squinting through smeary windows. But finding properly sized replacement wiper blades that actually last shouldn’t be a pain.

Below, we’ve put together a wiper blade sizing chart that includes every model year of Aztek. And if you want to go a few extra months before your next replacement, it’s worth checking out the specific wiper blade brand we use in our own vehicles.

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Pontiac Aztek Wiper Blade Size Chart

2005SUV24"22"Bosch ICON
2004SUV24"22"Bosch ICON
2003SUV24"22"Bosch ICON
2002SUV24"22"Bosch ICON
2001SUV24"24"Bosch ICON

About the Pontiac Aztek

The Pontiac Aztek, often remembered for its polarizing design, was a mid-size crossover SUV that made its debut in the 2001 model year and was produced until 2005.

The Aztek was one of the first vehicles to blend the characteristics of a minivan, an SUV, and a wagon, aiming to offer versatility and utility to a young, active demographic. Its design featured unconventional styling with a high beltline, a split rear tailgate, and distinctive rear end, elements that were intended to set it apart in the burgeoning crossover market.

Despite its controversial aesthetics, the Aztek was innovative in many ways. It was built on GM’s U-body platform and came with a 4-speed automatic transmission. The interior was designed to be flexible, with a configurable cargo area and an available rear cargo tray that could slide out for easier access to gear.

The model also offered an optional camping package, complete with a tent that attached to the rear of the vehicle and an inflatable mattress, highlighting its appeal to outdoor enthusiasts.

Under the hood, the Aztek was equipped with a 3.4-liter V6 engine, providing adequate power for daily driving and light-duty tasks. Front-wheel drive was standard, with all-wheel drive available as an option, enhancing the Aztek’s capability in various driving conditions. The vehicle’s ride and handling were generally considered acceptable for its class, but it was the design that ultimately defined the Aztek’s legacy.

Its sales did not meet General Motors’ expectations, and public reception was mixed, largely due to its design. Ever since the Aztek was discontinued, it’s gained a cult following and is sometimes viewed as a “so bad it’s good” icon of automotive history.

The Aztek gained additional notoriety as the car driven by Walter White in the television series “Breaking Bad,” further cementing its place in pop culture.

When it was on the market, the Aztek’s competitors included other early crossovers like the Ford Escape, Honda CR-V, and Toyota Highlander. These vehicles offered more conventional designs and became popular choices for drivers seeking the practicality of an SUV with the comfort and efficiency of a car.

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