2007 Saturn Relay Overview

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1
Avg. Price: $8,244
2
Avg. Price: $8,478
3
Avg. Price: $8,908

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2007 Saturn Relay Overview

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2007 Saturn Relay

Saturn infused the Relay with a significant power boost for 2007.  Originally an optional feature in previous Relays, the 3.9 L, 240 hp V6 engine with 4 speed automatic transmission now comes standard in all trims.  In addition, Saturn eliminated AWD and went with FWD in all 3 trims: the Relay 1, Relay 2, and Relay 3.  StabiliTrak electronic stability control now comes standard along with dual zone climate control for driver and front passenger.
Otherwise, Saturn has kept the same core features from the previous 2 years.  All 3 trims give you 18 mpg in the city, 25 mpg on the highway.  Besides stability control, standard features include cd player, power windows, power door locks, ABS brakes, and traction control.  The Relay 3 has standard power seats and an optional navigation system.  Cargo space still comes out to 27 cubic feet with all the seats up, 74 with the third row folded, and 136 with the second and third rows folded.
Overall, consumers feel the same way about the Relay as they always have.  They enjoy the spacious interior, versatile roof console/entertainment system, and smooth handle.  On the other hand, styling and gas mileage remain issues.  Not that it really matters anymore, since GM recently announced plans to leave the minivan market by 2008 and concentrate on crossover SUV's.  The Relay has gained a solid following and will go down as another informative case study for Saturn as the manufacturer maps out its future.

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