2005 Models

GM Releases Names of New Crossover Sport Vans

General Motors announced the names of its four new crossover sport van (CSV) entries that will debut as 2005 models. Delivering an optimal blend of mid-van versatility with SUV-like attributes, the new models take the segment in a new direction and help GM compete across a broader range of the highly competitive people and cargo-carrying marketplace.

Seven-Passenger Saturn Van to be Called 'Relay'

In an e-mail sent out to registered members of the My Saturn website, Saturn Corporation revealed yesterday morning that it will announce the name of its upcoming seven passenger van in Las Vegas at a retailer conference on September 8th.

Minivan to Debut in 2004

GM told retailers at the 2003 National Auto Dealer Association (NADA) convention that Saturn and Buick will get minivans in 2004. The announcement, made by General Motors Vice President John Middlebrook on Sunday, indicates further commitment by GM to grow the Saturn brand. Saturn's minivan will arrive in the third quarter of 2004 as a 2005 model.

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GM Upgrade Kit Gives Sky Red Line Even More Boost

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Saturn spokesman Mike Morrissey announced on his blog over at ImSaturn earlier today that General Motors has created an upgrade kit for the 2.0L turbocharged powerplant found in the Sky Red Line. Once installed, the $650 kit will put an additional 30 horsepower under the hood of the roadster.