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From its distinctive design to enhancements in safety, power and entertainment, the Saturn Relay Saturn Relay provides the comfort and convenience of a van with the exterior styling of a SUV. The Relay is an important product in Saturn’s current portfolio offering vehicles that fill the needs of diverse customers. For 2006, Saturn adds more power and safety features to its SUV-inspired, seven-passenger Relay. With seating for up to seven, the Relay broke new ground when it debuted last year as Saturn’s (...)
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With a new, powerful engine option, Saturn ION continues to offer an inviting blend of power and fuel efficiency to small-car buyers. The ION is available in two trim levels, including the ION 2 and ION 3 sedan and quad coupe body styles. The performance-oriented ION Red Line remains in the lineup, while the ION 1 sedan has been discontinued for 2006. New for ’06 is an available Enhanced Performance Package on ION 3 models. At the heart of this package is a new 2.4L Ecotec inline (...)

With a 177-horsepower engine, piano-black interior finishes and a wide-open, ever-changing view. Own a one-of-a-kind SKY roadster custom accessorized by Richard Tyler, one of fashion’s most celebrated designers.


General Motors is gearing up to launch a new affordable hybrid system that will deliver a good fuel economy savings and a real payback for consumers. Saturn will be the first to debut the belt alternator starter hybrid system in mid-2006, when it introduces the 2007 Vue Green Line.

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Saturn unveiled the production version of the 2007 Vue Green Line Hybrid, the first GM vehicle powered by a new, more affordable hybrid system. The Vue Green Line delivers an estimated 20-percent improvement in fuel economy, depending on driving conditions. It is expected to deliver an EPA estimated 27 mpg in the city and the best highway mileage of any SUV at 32 mpg.

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With its combination of dynamic design and agile performance, the 2007 Saturn Sky Saturn Sky signals a bold new direction for the Saturn brand. The vehicle’s price, however, shows the brand’s ongoing commitment to providing solid value to its buyers combined with an industry-standard purchase and ownership experience. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) for the well-equipped 2007 Sky starts at $23,690 for models with a 5-speed manual transmission, and $24,540 with an optional 5-speed (...)

With its dynamic design and quick and agile performance, the Sky roadster delivers a bold message about the next generation of vehicles from Saturn.

The Sky, introduced at the North American International Auto Show and slated for production in 2006, is the first vehicle to feature a new look that will influence Saturn’s entire future product lineup. The roadster will be followed by a new midsize sedan and a large crossover SUV as Saturn’s product portfolio doubles during the next 24 months.

Shape, color and sound affect the senses. With the Saturn Curve concept, a sinewy shape, warm colors and the aural delights of a supercharged engine warm the emotions of those who appreciate sophisticated and engaging automobiles.

The Curve signifies Saturn’s evolution, both in styling and product. Saturn is growing its portfolio, planning new vehicles and exploring dynamic, refined designs.

The Saturn Aura concept provides a clear preview of how the Saturn design element can be applied to a sporty medium sedan.

Aura is powered by a 250-horsepower 3.6L DOHC V-6 engine with variable valve timing. It’s mated to a six-speed automatic transmission with manual tap up/tap down shift controls. Safety performance is provided by roof rail-mounted head curtain side-impact air bags, side-impact thorax air bags, four-wheel ABS with traction control and StabiliTrak, GM’s electronic stability control system.

There are two great things about the new Saturn ION Red Line. Two things any enthusiast would marvel at. Two things that set a new standard for the class and should send engineers from Mazda, Honda, Nissan and Subaru back to their drafting tables. Those two things are the car’s front seats.


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