Saturn Sky


Asked by TheDivaGirl May 18, 2019 at 02:54 PM about the Saturn Sky

Question type: General

I'm considering buying a sky but
what was the best year? I'm
opposed to buying the first year
the vehicle with the maid because
there was several kinks.  I also
understand the parts are very
difficult to purchase now that the
car is no longer made GM does
not carry the parts... Is there truth
to this?

4 Answers

I would buy a late model, low mile car. Parts should not be an issue.

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Thanks so much!! You just saved me from buyer's remorse!!! Do you have an opinion about the Pontiac Solstice?

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I actually currently have an SUV Chevy equinox 2012 that I've only put 67K miles on. I've had zero problems with it but I know eventually that will not be the case.I'm just looking for a second smaller more gas efficient vehicle to get me around town and take occasional weekend getaways.


Tennis Shoes, in response to your comment about cars becoming obsolete and everyone will soon be buying trucks and SUVs... What will this leave for the singles community population to purchase, if a foreign vehicle is not an affordable option?

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