General Motors launched Saturn in 1990 to offer consumers an alternative to low-priced foreign cars. From the beginning, Saturn differentiated itself by offering no-haggle pricing and exceptional customer service. American consumers embraced the brand's small, fuel-efficient vehicles and their plastic, rust-free panels. As Saturn failed to make major updates to its vehicles, however, consumer interest waned. In 2009, GM stopped Saturn production all together.
Used Saturns are still popular among modern consumers looking for a dependable, fuel-efficient vehicle. If you've heard about these dent-free cars, but you've never driven one for yourself, get behind the wheel by scheduling a test drive today.
Popular Used Saturn Models
VUE - One of Saturn's most popular products, the Vue was a small SUV that debuted in 2002. Over the years, Saturn made steady improvements and even introduced a hybrid version.
Sky - The two-passenger Sky roadster's striking style was designed to turn heads and spice up Saturn's image.
Outlook - The Saturn Outlook is an eight-passenger SUV that combines smooth handling and a spacious interior.