I didn't like Saturn because they are not real cars; and I was wrong. This baby rides smoothly with no cabin noise and great control. My average mpg is 26 (mostly city driving) and I only fill it up once every two weeks. The maintenance is very low because she rarely needs attention and the parts are inexpensive while the regular maintenance is very cost effective. She is exactly what I need and everything that I need. I can't believe that I was so wrong about this car. I love her so much I am going to have to give her a name.
This is a very reasonable car to maintain.
2005 Saturn IonArthur - Las Vegas, NV08/03/2014
The car has always been dependable. Major service is only recommended every 100,000 miles. I get 35 MPG on a flat highway. Easy to drive. Easy to manoover through traffic. Has great trunk space. It's roomy inside for a car this size. My car has just under 200,000 miles and it runs just like it did new. The engine sounds and runs like new. I'm just getting ready to take it to the dealer for its 200,000 mile service. The original paint has held up well in the desert sun.
Great car for the price and options!
2007 Saturn IonJanet Rider - Alden, NY08/31/2015
As long as you service the car appropriately, there is absolutely nothing wrong with the exception of the key recall. This was the third saturn I had and it was dependable and held its outside appearance well. There were no problems except for the recall.
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