Chevrolet Targeted Orphaned Saturn Owners with Summer-Long 'Total Confidence Pricing'

Over the summer I received a pamphlet in the mail from Chevrolet touting their summer-long "Chevrolet Total Confidence" pricing promotion. The cover of the mailing immediately caught my eye with the italicized words reading "the spirit of Saturn lives on." Unfortunately, the promotion was just that, a promotion. After initially hearing about the campaign, I thought perhaps GM was fundamentally changing the way is was going to market and sell Chevys. But instead, the promotion ended rather unceremoniously after Labor Day. Its too bad, because I think between their formidable vehicle lineup and a long-term adoption of Saturn's proven retail practices, Chevrolet would be tough to beat.

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Flashback Friday: 1992 Business Week Cover Story

Flashback Friday: 1992 Business Week Cover Story

This August 17, 1992 issue of Business Week recognized Saturn as a rare success for General Motors. "As foreign rivals continue to flood the market with new models, Saturn is meeting them head on," wrote the magazine. "Almost overnight, Saturn has become the highest-quality American-made brand, with as few defects as Hondas and Nissans."