Next Generation Saturn Midsize Vehicle Still a Mystery


Will Saturn's next midsize car, rumored to be called the Saturn V, be offered as a sedan or wagon? Even though the vehicle is only two years away, the car's configuration is still a mystery. Early reports indicated that it would be a sedan, then rumors said it would be a wagon. Just last week, Automotive News said in its August 4th issue that the "L-Series will be replaced by a stretched sedan based on Epsilon architecture for the 2006 model year." About the only thing we do know for sure its that it won't be clad in polymer panels. So for now the sedan-wagon debate will go on until more conclusive information surfaces. In the mean time, stay tuned to for the latest information about what Saturn's next generation car will - or won't - be.

Source: Automotive News

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