Well i drove the car 15 miles home and had no problems. The next day the car sat in my garage. Day 3 I drove maybe 10 miles to a restaurant that was closed so after cutting the car off I immediately got back in and restarted it. The check engine light and the transmission light came on, and the car kept make a dinging sound. When i tried to move the car it only had about 10% power. I had to park the car for about an hour before it had enough power to reach Carmax. Gave it back!
Saturn ION 3 Quad-Coupe
2004 Saturn IonTammy - Columbia, SC11/02/2008
Excellent car. Haven't had any problems with it at all! Drives smoothly and gets great gas mileage!
I Love my Ion Redline
2007 Saturn IonEaston463 - Dallas, TX11/03/2011
I purchased my '05 Ion Redline back in early 2009. I have had it almost 3 years and have had in the shop once. It has been an incredible car. I love it! When I was looking to purchase a car back in '09 my first choice was a Mustang GT but my sales person suggested an Ion Redline. I am soooo glad he did. I love the styling and the performance, and for the price it was over $100 less a month. The Redline comes with a 200hp Supercharged engine that gives you performance of a sports car with the fuel efficiency of a 4 cylinder. I also like how it turns heads when I drive down the street because they are rare to see on the road. The ONLY downside is that Saturn was jettisioned by GM so it is going to make it hard to find parts in the future. But other than that I strongly recommend this to any sports car enthusiast!
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