Last Saturn Ion Ever Built For Sale by Owner in the Classifieds

Flashback Friday: The Last Saturn Ion

You may recall a couple of months ago GM had an auction, liquidating lots of classic cars. They even pulled the last built Saturn Ion out of the museum it was in to put it up for bidding. Well, this is that car. It was also featured in at least two articles on this website (here and here). This Saturn Ion is in fantastic shape, as it was stored in a museum. It now has 2,500 miles on it.

The polymer-paneled sedan features the GM 2.2 Liter Ecotec engine with automatic transmission and Goodyear 195x60x15 tires.

This Ion is up for sale because it was given to me by my grandfather and uncle as a wedding present after GM auctioned it off. I'm not a huge car person, so although it's a very nice gift, I really can't appreciate it very much for what it is. It's currently being used to just drive around town, pick up groceries... simple stuff like that. It really seems like kind of a waste. I hope to find it a good home where it can be truly happy. Thanks for your help!

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GM COO Fritz Henderson: We are Still "Evaluating Our Options," No Decision Yet on Saturn

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Now that General Motors has secured emergency financing via a loan from the U.S. Treasury, the company is putting its "complete focus" on meeting the requirements of the loan and developing a plan by the end of March that proves to the Government that it can evolve into a viable company, according to a story published Friday in Automotive News. The publication quoted GM COO Fritz Henderson as saying the company has still not made any decisions about Saturn, and that GM is still "evaluating our options."