Saturn vehicles are a product of Saturn Corporation which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the automobile giant General Motors (GM). Founded on the 7th of January, 1985 the production of Saturn
started in the year 1990 and serves the market of Canada and the United States. Saturn came as a substitute to the imports of small cars from Japan to the United States.
Saturn got its name from the American rocket that was sent to the moon. The Saturn vehicles reflect the best in technology and comfort. Saturn Corporation provides for an efficient distribution network that makes it absolutely convenient for the customers. The customer service and the after sales service provided by the company makes Saturn vehicles
a true pleasure to own. Saturn vehicles are sold at the listed price and customer satisfaction is very high in priority for the company.
The Saturn Model
currently on road include the Sky Roadster the first roadster from Saturn, The Saturn Aura a sedan, Astra hatchback also known as the Opel Astra would begin production from the year 2008 and comes in the category of small cars, the Saturn
VUE that is a compact crossover SUV and the Saturn Outlook a mid-size cross over SUV that features in the premium segment.
The Saturn L-Series was launched in the year 2000 as a mid-size sedan and also station wagons. The Saturn L-Series utilized the Saturn I4 and V6 engines with a 4 speed automatic transmission or the 5-speed manual transmission. In between the first car of the L-Series that rolled out in the month of May 1999 to the last Car Model
in the month of June 2004 there were 4,06,300 cars of the type that were rolled out. The L-series was manufactured at the Wilmington, Delaware plant of General Motors. The L-Series did not however, manage to create any waves and thus, was discontinued in the year 2005.
The Saturn Aura is a product from the Saturn Corporation
which is a car belonging to the mid-size segment. The concept car was launched in January 2005 at the North American International Auto Show. The Saturn Car
was then displayed at the New York Auto Show in the month of April 2006. The Saturn Aura takes the place of the Saturn L-series which was brought to an end in 2005. The Saturn Aura aims at positioning Saturn Corporation appropriately in a market that is highly competitive. It aims at contributing positively to Saturn Corporation’s profits.
The Saturn Relay
was launched in the year 2005 and was manufactured at the Doraville, Georgia plant. It became the first vehicle from Saturn that was manufactured without the polymer side paneling.
The Saturn Sky Roadster is yet another one from the Saturn Corporation. It is the first roadster from the company. The Saturn Car
is a launch for the year 2007. The Saturn Roadster shares the Kappa automobile platform with the Pontiac Solstice at the Wilmington, Delaware General Motors plant. The Saturn roadster has a 2.4 L Ecotec LE5 I4 engine. The car comes with an option for either the manual transmission or the automatic transmission with 5 gears.