I really liked the look of this car, but I guess I didn't think things through as far as having to carry passengers (adult passengers) Adults do not fit in the back seat, my husband who is 6'7 cant fit in the front seats either. All and All I have not had any major mechanical problems except the transmission slips alot, and as one person said they can never figure out the problem. I'm not saying I would never buy a Saturn again, but I would make sure it was bigger.
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2008 Saturn AuraJaz Hill - Tulsa, OK07/29/2015
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.
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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