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Report: Saturn to Build Exhibit that’s Separate from General Motors at 2010 Detroit Auto Show

Mark Phelan from the Detroit Free Press: After a 2009 auto show plagued by automaker defections and overshadowed by economic despair, 2010 looks brighter for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. At the least, the number of automakers exhibiting should be about the same as in 2009, organizers said.

Flashback Friday: Saturn ICY Racing

Flashback Friday: Saturn ICY Racing

Many years ago, Saturn Corporation participated in the Sports Car Club of America racing series. Dave Rosenblum, who ran the Inner City Youth (ICY) Racing Team, ran and managed the team that raced Saturn S-Series coupes, like the modified SC2 you see above. They not only raced, but they won – including the SCCA's World Challenge T2 Manufacturers' Cup.

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.

Should Saturn Race in a Motorsports Series?

Yes
81% (302 votes)
No
19% (69 votes)
Total votes: 371

Commentary: Will Penske Take Saturn to NASCAR?

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From the blogs at NASCAR.com: Penske [is in the process of buying] the Saturn brand from General Motors. I think it is admirable that Roger did that not only because it was a good business decision on his part, but it saves U.S. jobs!

Video: Saturn Featured on Lifetime TV's Morning Show "The Balancing Act"

From the Balancing Act: If shopping for a vehicle strikes fear in your heart, we've got a story that puts you in the drivers seat! This segment focuses on one brand that takes customer service and the retail experience to the next level. Kim McGill, Director of Advertising and Promotions at Saturn, talks about the Saturn retail experience.

Leggat Saturn Saab: We are Committed to Remaining Open and Serving Our Customers

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General Motors has recently announced that the purchase of the Saturn brand by the Penske Auto Group will not include the Saturn Retailers in Canada. What does this mean to you, our valued Leggat Saturn Saab customers? We want you to know we have made the decision to remain open at our current location at 814 Guelph Line after the announced Saturn end date in Canada of December 31, 2009, so that we can fully look after your servicing requirements.

Flashback Friday: Inside the Former Saturn Spring Hill Manufacturing and Assembly Complex

Flashback Friday: Inside the Former Saturn Spring Hill Manufacturing and Assembly Complex

Saturn's former manufacturing facility in Spring Hill, Tennessee was as revolutionary as the brand's innovative cars and industry-leading retail sales and service experience. This state-of-the-art plant was located approximately 30 miles south of Nashville on Highway 31.

GM Takes a Page from Saturn with New Moneyback "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Promotion

General Motors announced today that it will offer a satisfaction guarantee to eligible buyers of new Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac vehicles. The new promotion mimics the moneyback guarantee policy that Saturn used when it first started selling cars back in 1990. A few years ago Saturn's owner protection plan evolved from a moneyback guarantee to a vehicle exchange program.

Poll: When You Request New Model Information from Saturn, How Would You Prefer to Receive it?

Tags:
Via e-mail, so we can help save trees
55% (117 votes)
On a USB drive, so I can keep all of my vehicle research in one place
10% (21 votes)
In the mail, because I want a hardcopy so I can turn pages
33% (71 votes)
Over the phone, I'd like to talk to a live person
2% (5 votes)
Total votes: 214

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Flashback Friday: 2000 Saturn CV1 Concept

Flashback Friday: 2000 Saturn CV1 Concept

The CV1 - so named because it was Saturn's first real concept vehicle - explored new vehicle packaging and design features, many of which would end up playing an important role as Saturn grew its product lineup. Notable features found on the CV1 that eventually made it into production on other Saturn vehicles were the center-mounted instrument cluster (Ion), continuously variable transmission (Ion and Vue), flat-folding passenger seat (Vue), all-wheel-drive (Vue and Outlook), and LED tail-lights (Aura).