Saturn S-Series Model Overview
Used Saturn S-Series
Saturn S-Series Questions
So I'm wondering what is going on with my car until the 1993 Saturn SL2 it recently just wouldn't start on morning and I've been having to push start it and pop the clutch for it to start happ...
I replaced my reservoir on my 2000 Saturn SL2 series and nothing's happening is still overheats it comes right out of the cap I don't know if I should flush it or not but I left it up my oil cap a...
Air Condishion Great Last Summer This Summer No Air So Recharged It Babm Wo...
When you put it in gear it hesitates and kind of jerks whenever you get ready to go. Forward or reverse. It will only go 10 mph down the road. Please tell me what it could be or if I will need a n...
Car Won't Start
The car won't start but the lights come on. Even tried a jump. Nothing. Please help
Older Saturn S-Series
Saturn S-Series Overview
A wise man once said that you never forget your first. If that adage holds true, then the S-Series will hold a special place in the hearts of Saturn fans. This compact model debuted in late 1990 and enjoyed a healthy run through the decade and into the 21st century. In addition to providing domestic competition for the the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla, the S-Series established Saturn's reputation as a solid alternative for budget-conscious consumers.
The series began with 3 sedans and a coupe in 1991. Saturn introduced the S-Series wagon in 1993 and kept the same general trim lineup until 1999, when it introduced the unique 3 door coupe. All trims used a 1.9 L I4 engine with either 100 or 124 hp. Sales began to flag in the late 1990's as consumers grew weary of the bland design and mediocre performance. As a result, Saturn ended production in 2002 and replaced the S-Series with the Ion the next year.