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Have You Experienced the Ignition Switch Issue?

Key Plug and Ring

We're interested in talking to owners of 2003-2007 Saturn Ions who have had their ignition replaced or have experienced the engine shutoff problems. In addition, according the NBC News, there were also about 500 people in the country who were given one of the plastic plugs (shown above) a few years ago to put into their key ring from GM. Did anyone get one of these?

Has Your Saturn Been Recalled?

Question Mark

With a several General Motors recalls underway - especially ones for the Saturn Ion, Outlook, and Sky - I've received emails from quite a few folks who are concerned that their vehicles might be impacted. If you haven't received a letter in the mail from GM and you are worried, General Motors has set up an online database that's searchable by VIN.

Saturn Ion and Sky Now Included in GM's Faulty Ignition Switch Recall

General Motors is expanding the recall of certain 2003-2007 model year vehicles to correct a condition with the ignition switch that may allow the key to unintentionally move or switch to the "accessory" or "off" position, turning off the engine and most of the electrical components on the vehicle.

AMP’s Electrified Saturn Sky is a Finalist in the International $10M X Prize Competition

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AMP Holding Inc, a company engaged in the all-electric, emission-free conversion of General Motors vehicles, announced today that their AMP electric car has advanced to the finals of the Progressive Insurance Automotive X Prize worldwide competition after passing the most recent "knockout" qualifying stage.

Paging Al Clapsaddle: Huge Incentives Help Build the Case for One Last Saturn Purchase

2010 Saturn Aura Painted White Diamond Tricoat

Unprecedented discounts on the last remaining Saturns present an enticing case to anyone in the market for a new car, especially if you're a Saturn owner. Al Clapsaddle, senior sales consultant at Saturn/West in Ohio, sent me an intriguing e-mail the other day detailing the laundry list of incentives available until November 30 — some of which are over and above those that were advertised nationally at the beginning of the month.

The Last Saturn Sale

The Last Saturn Sale

Logo for the last Saturn sale to clear out remaining 2008 and 2009 inventory. At the end of October there was reportedly 9,400 Saturns in stock nationwide.

GM Readies New Ads, Deep Discounts to Clear Remaining Saturn Inventory

The Last Saturn Sale

Automotive News reports that General Motors is preparing what will likely be one last Saturn advertising campaign in an effort to sell the brand's last remaining 9,400 2008 and 2009 models. Susan Docherty, GM's newly appointed vice president of U.S. sales, told the trade publication that "starting next week, we'll have a print campaign which features that product. In the next 90 days, we'll have cleaned up that inventory. I'm not worried about it at all."

Podcast: General Manager of NC Retail Group Discusses Penske’s Pending Acquisition of Saturn

Saturn of Raleigh and Saturn of Cary recently posted an audio podcast featuring commentary from Bill Shotwell, executive general manager and vice president of the North Carolina Triangle area Saturn retail facilities. Shotwell discusses Penske Automotive Group's pending purchase of Saturn from General Motors.

Flashback Friday: the Last 2009 Saturn Sky

Flashback Friday: the Last 2009 Saturn Sky

For this week's installment of Flashback Friday, we only have to look back a little more than three months to this past spring. The date was Wednesday, May 20th, 2009 to be exact. On that day, GM's Boxwood Assembly Plant in Wilmington, DE built the last Saturn Sky.

Could this be the Next Saturn Sky?

Could this be the Next Saturn Sky?

From the Detroit Free Press: French automaker Peugeot - frequently mentioned as a possible supplier of future Saturn cars - is to unveil the sleek RCZ coupe at the Frankfurt Auto Show next month. Very reminiscent of the Audi TT, the four-seat RCZ should go on sale in Europe next year.

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Flashback Friday: Engineers Testing the Saturn 1.9L 4-Cylinder "Power Module"

Flashback Friday: Engineers Testing the Saturn 1.9L 4-Cylinder "Power Module"

Lift the hood of any S-Series Saturn and you'll find what was the brand's tried-and-true 1.9L engine, or "power module" as it was called back in the day. Before the signature four-cylinder made its way into any Saturn, the engine was extensively tested in a variety of ways, including in two 1984 Chevy Cavaliers.