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Old 01-07-2011, 09:02 AM   #215
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1997 SC2
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Default Re: Goodbye Saturn: Thanks for the Ride (1985-2010)

I recal it being 1991 and the buzz was all about Saturn and I really despised the cars, didn't like them one bit. I did meet many saturn owners that would praise they car to no end and really share how much they love their reliability of their Saturn. I was more of a Ford / honda guy and thought Saturn was a lame attempt for GM to be more like a jap car.

When I met my now wife she had a 1994 SL2, the storys she told me (like all the other saturn owners) saying how reliable her car was and how great is was. That Saturn really proved it self to me. This car was in 14 accidents, 100k miles and many aftermarket mods thru the years 1994 to 2002. When the car was finnaly totaled she decided to go with saturn again.

The used car we got was the 1997 SC2. Wow what a car, after she had it a year I took it over as my daily driver, I had that car from 2003 to 2008 I put 100k miles on it tons of performance mods and lots of good times. unfortuanly I totaled that one.

We purchased another Satrun we have a fully loaded 2010 OUTLOOK XR man what a truck. We plan on having this car a very very long time. We considered the Chevy Traverse, Buick enclave, GMC acadia. But after trying all of them the Outlook really seemed to be nicer and more well rounded. never really looked at the Caddalic SRX but we are sure the Outlook XR is perfect saturn for us.

Cant belive I am such a convert from disliking Saturn to becoming a huge fan, I would like to Thank SPS performance the "saturn performance specialists" for helping to offer saturn owners aftermarket performance parts specific to Saturns


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