1991 Saturn Price List

Sometimes its fun to pause for a moment at take a look back at how much things cost years ago. Take for instance Saturn's 1991 lineup, when base SL sedan was sold for less than $8000! The SL2, shown above, could be purchased for just over $10,000. Note the simplicity of the option sheet, along with the available anti-lock braking system (ABS) and unavailable airbags.

SL SL1 SL2 SC
Base Manual $7,995 $8,595 $10,295 $11,775
Base Automatic $9,290 $10,990 $11,775
Transportation $275 $275 $275 $275
Power Door Locks, Power Windows, Air Conditioning, Power Right Side Mirror, Cruise Control $1,535 $1,430
Air Conditioning $775 $775 $775 $775
Cruise Control $195 Package Package
AM/FM Cassette + Coaxial Speakers $175 $175 $175 $175
AM/FM Cassette + EQ + Coaxial Speakers $295 $295 $295 $295
AM/FM CD $545 $545 $545 $545
Power Sunroof $530 $530 $530
ABS $895 $895 $895

Source: Saturn

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