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. Whether you have warranty needs, maintenance completed or general repairs done on your vehicle you can be confident that you will be receiving the same great service from the same great people that you are accustomed to!

Also, we want you to know that it is our intention to continue with both the sales of new Saturn/Saab/Opel products until our current inventory is sold and provide full service and parts operations for all Saturn/Saab/Opel products.

The Leggat family were one of the first Canadian Retailers awarded the Saturn Saab franchise in 1991 and over the years have had the privilege of meeting and earning the business of many wonderful people. We understand the importance of providing you with a Saturn experience when you arrive here at Leggat Saturn Saab and it is essential that the faces of all our Saturn team and the hours of operation will remain the same to assist you with all your sales, service and parts needs.

Please continue to contact us via email at info@leggatsaturn.com or by calling us at 905-632-6444 to make an appointment for both sales and service.

As always, I look forward to hearing from you and seeing you in our drive thru or showroom.


Doug Leggat
Leggat Saturn Saab

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