They don't make them anymore which doesn't make it a bad car, but small issues arise often, and what they sale you on when purchasing is the "maxcare" warranty. Sadly, it will hardly cover anything if your entire engine hasn't failed or transmission hasn't gone out.
This car was purchased at a very great price for all the features it came with.
2009 Saturn AuraMary - Irving, TX04/22/2015
I love my Saturn and wish they still made them. They are great cars, very nice interior and handle the road well with a smooth ride. I also love my onstar features that came with my Saturn Aura. These cars also save lives as I was in my Saturn SL when I was in a severe car accident in 2013 and lived through it. Yes, I had some injuries but have fully recovered and feel if I was not in a Saturn I would not have made it. I definitely wanted another Saturn when I went to purchase a new car.
The car is decent. With that being said, it seemed like a lot of stuff went wrong after the 30 day warranty expired. My hubcaps keep falling off, my windshield washers don't work, and I'm leaking power steering fluid. Also the drivers side tie rods will not pass inspection. I think you have to take a mechanic to buy any car, which I didn't so it's on me.
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