Established by General Motors in 1985 in order to compete with increasingly successful Japanese brands like Toyota and Honda, Saturn was envisioned as a "different kind of car company" by its creators. Featuring fresh designs and a unique "no-haggle" pricing policy, the fledgling brand quickly rose to the top of the J.D. Power customer satisfaction rankings; however, sales never took off in the way that GM originally envisioned. After a failed attempt to sell the subsidiary to Penske Automotive, General Motors ceased production on Saturn models on October 1, 2009.
Vue Green Line Hybrid
Boasting 32 mpg on the highway, this SUV is a roomy way to travel while saving on gas. Features like traction and stability control, along with six airbags and OnStar make this also a safe way to get around.
Saturn Astra XR This compact coupe makes for a dependable ride; it gets 24 mpg in city driving conditions, and has a 1.8-liter DOHC engine and five-speed manual transmission to boot.
The Aura is a reliable, Euro-inspired
family sedan packed with 55 innovative
noise-reducing features that promise
to keep your next trip peaceful.