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Old 08-24-2009, 07:14 AM   #1
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Help Test the New Site Polling Feature: Have You Gone on a Road Trip this Summer with your Saturn? Where Did You Go?

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* Yes
* Yes, but the Saturn Stayed Home
* No, but a Trip is Planned Before the Summer Ends
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Old 08-24-2009, 07:17 AM   #2
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Where did you and your Saturn go this summer? Post your summer road trip story.

Read leogag1's summer vacation story.

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Old 08-24-2009, 03:57 PM   #3
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Okay, so it wasn't summer, but it felt like it where we went. My gf and I went to Walt Disney World (her third time, my first). We started with a full tank in my Vue on our way out of Vermont and only had to fill up three times: in South Carolina on the way down and in Georgia and Delaware on the way back. I got 30 mpg on the final leg from Delaware back to Vermont!

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Old 08-24-2009, 04:37 PM   #4
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I have done two 300+ mile road trips this summer with one more tomorrow! On the first trip, to Liberty, NY was done without the a/c and I averaged 38mpg, the second trip, to Woodstock, CT I had the a/c on and averaged 31.4mpg. Tomorrow's trip back to Liberty, NY will probably be without a/c but will have two more passengers in the car...we will see about the mpg...

All in all I loved taking my Astra on the road. It is still really fun to drive!

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Old 08-24-2009, 05:37 PM   #5
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My 2003 Ion was around 55K total miles. I decided to take my car in for the 60K service because I had a coupon and my dealer was changing from Saturn to Chevy.

The battery died after 5+ solid years and was replaced. The sound from the wheels was not a bad wheel bearing as I thought, but tires with flat spots. I was running 2 original Firestone OEM tires and 2 Firestone replacement tires and replaced all 4 tires at once with nice Bridgestone Potenzas. The new tires made the Ion so much quieter it felt like a new car.

Total cost of all this was around $1800. It would have been over $2500 if I had replaced the shocks and struts, but the dealer didn't recommend that service and my Ion3 actually handles bumps and dips better than most cars I see hitting them first, so I held off.

With the Ion in great shape and having too much time due to the current economic mess I decided to cram as much vacations as I could this summer as well as earlier in the year.

It had been forever since I took a long road trip and never took one in the Ion. The furthest trip the Ion went on was to Lake Tahoe from the SF bay area.

We didn't really go cross country. We just tried to cover many areas and attractions in the state of California and surrounding states with a focus on National Parks and well known tourist destinations/traps.

We paid $80 or so for the "America the Beautiful," yearly pass, so have access to our national parks for one year. You have to visit 4 major parks just to break even, but it is convenient, is a nice souvenir, and supports our park system, so it felt like a good deal.

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1) Reno - Two casino's on the Reno 'strip,' right next to the Reno sign were closed and boarded up. The economic problems Reno had in the past 10 years were there before 2008, but this really struck home.

2) Santa Cruz, Carmel, Monterey, Pebble Beach and did the 17 mile drive, visited the aquarium, had some nice dinners and just enjoyed the ocean, sights, smells, and sounds of the area.

3) Lake Tahoe - the second time the Ion went there.

4) Yosemite National Park - It's been many years, but this place is just awe inspiring and reminded me of being a kid and going with my family. Really love this place.

5) Sierra's - Trinity County, Lake Shasta, Shasta Caverns

6) Las Vegas - 9+ hour drive from the Bay Area. Longest drive I have ever taken in the Ion and we drove from 4pm to past 1am. Stayed at Palazzo and the Luxor - new high end hotel and nostalgic former higher end hotel. Was at DefCon 17, which was the major reason for going. We could have flown, but we saved money and were linking other destinations after Las Vegas.

Saw Phantom at the Venitian, dined at Mix and some other Michelin star restaurants, threw some dice, played some cards.

7) Sunset Crater Volcano National Park - AZ - The silence of the desert is incredible. Got a great picture of the Ion with the AZ desert background and thought this sort of pic would be great for advertising cars.

8) Wupatki National Monument - Old Native American ruins built in the desert into existing rock formations. Reminded me a little of some of the Mayan ruins I visited in Mexico, but obviously not to that scale.

9) Grand Canyon National Park - The most impressive hole in the ground I can imagine. Been well over 20 years since I was last there. All our pictures look fake, like we were standing in front of a green screen, but they are all real and the sun set ones are awe inspiring.

10) Los Angeles - Hollywood, Universal Studios, Disneyland, CA Adventure, LA Chinatown (Sam Woo restaurants have great Chinese food), Universal City Walk

11) San Diego - Seaworld, San Diego Zoo, Whaley House, Old Town San Diego

I was tempted to drive into Tijuana, but after some thought I passed. Too easy to get into trouble there and every local says driving your own car into Mexico is just asking for trouble, so we didn't go.

So we put on well over 5K completely leisure miles on the Ion and went to some great places.

We had a cooler with us to save on some meal and drink costs and for safety/emergencies and every trip felt like an adventure. Packed some blankets, food, first aid, and other items for safety.

When you are the only car in what feels like the middle of nowhere for 50+ miles with very few cars around, then it is pretty critical to trust your car.

I'm really glad we had the chance to go on these trips with the Ion. The Ion's rep has been horrible since day 1, but I have to say I really love this car.

It isn't fast, sporty, sexy, but it was made in Springhill under the old labor agreements and as a 2003 it is a first year Ion-the one that got ridiculed the most. Luckily I have a regular 5 speed auto and did not take the CVT they were pushing, otherwise my opinion may have been very different.

The Ion took me to work and back again for well over 4 years day in and day out with a 50 mile RT commute.

The battery died on me while parked in my garage when I called AAA this year, so the car never stranded me.

With good luck this is the car I plan on passing down to my kid. I plan on taking care of my Ion and I have no plans on trading it in. One of my regrets was trading in my 92 SL2 when I bought the Ion. I really should have held on to that car as well.

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Old 08-24-2009, 05:55 PM   #6
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First trip of the summer, June 21st to the 26th we drove from San Jose to Anaheim to go to Disneyland. We took my 2001 Suburban. In the middle of the week we took an hour drive south to visit Legoland as well. It was myself, my son, and my parents. Can't beat traveling in comfort with three LCD screens, DVD player and a playstation for a six hour drive. Plus having more than enough room for a weeks worth of stuff for four people. And averaged about 24mpg. Not bad for a Suburban with a six inch lift and 35" tires. Spent all six days in Disneyland, California Adventure then that one day at Legoland. Had a great time.

The second trip of the summer was a little over a week ago August 14th to the 16th. Again my son and I made the trip to Disneyland. This time we took the 1994 SL2. My son slept the most of the way there. After we woke up we grabbed some breakfast and watched a boot leg Transformers 2 the rest of the way. On the drive home he watched Transformers, Wall-E then Toy Story 2. While were at Disneyland we had a great time. Perfect end to the summer. Got 29mpg in the Saturn.

We'll be heading back in October and will be taking the Saturn again. But when we go again at Christmas we'll be taking the Suburban.

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Old 08-24-2009, 06:17 PM   #7
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From Los Angeles to Coldfoot, Alaska and back. 8041 miles, 33 mpg. No problems. And my wife is still talking to me.

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Old 08-24-2009, 06:44 PM   #8
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The Astra stayed home, but the our Traverse has been on a couple road trips. Is the Traverse sort of an honorary Saturn? Ours was built at Spring Hill.

We've only been on trips to visit family so far (Detroit to Kansas and Detroit to Iowa), but we do plan on going up north this weekend to St. Ignace, MI with a nearly full compliment of 7 passengers.

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Old 08-25-2009, 09:14 AM   #9
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We took our 96 sl2 from greeneville tn to hershey pa and back home.

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Old 08-25-2009, 11:50 AM   #10
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First tank got 36 MPG, 2nd 34 MPG, and last was only 31 MPG. Still not too bad for a 9 year old car.

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Still on my trip. Currently in Ellison Bay, WI. Leaving Thursday, picking up cheese, then heading back starting with Michigan's U.P., then down through the state and I'm not sure where yet; maybe Rock City before home.

Lots of fun with a GPS, road atlas, and time to spend. (Recalculating...)

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Old 08-25-2009, 05:01 PM   #12
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Took it easy on the 08 AWD Vue XR this summer (such as it was, summer didn't really arrive until about the 2nd week of August) and only drove from Ottawa, ON to Halifax, NS and back. Of course we took it to Florida and back last winter and on a very long 1500 mile trip (pulling our 2500 lb trailer) last summer. We plan to drive to near Princeton, NJ in a few weeks to visit our daughter and her family and then we will be heading back to Florida this coming December. Love our Vue.

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Old 08-25-2009, 08:59 PM   #13
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Yes, my wife and I drove our VUE to Kiawah Island, off the coast of Charleston South Carolina in June. We've gone there every summer--it was where we went on our honeymoon 7 years ago. We usually go later in the summer, but this year I couldn't take off work then. We actually see quite a few Saturns on and near the island.

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Old 08-26-2009, 02:36 PM   #14
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Took my 2002 L200 from Atlanta to Rockville, Maryland. I spent a week there touring the capital (again, I was there a month prior but I flew). On the way back down I decided to take the George Washington Parkway to see the view across the Potomac, lost track of where I needed to go because of the construction and ended up lost in Crystal City! Helped a stranded motorist in South Carolina as well.

I drove the second trip up because I missed my flight home the first time due to a Metrorail Misadventure.

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In May Orion went to Madison, WI on a week-long 200-dog emergency animal rescue, carrying two large supply totes in the backseat and a trunk full of buckets, bottled water, food, and garbage bags of filthy contaminated clothes. After a detailed cleaning & disinfecting, we've proceeded to two trips to St. Louis for fun; a trip to Lansing & Detroit; a humane society event in Fort Wayne; and multiple local area trips with bunnies, a guinea pig, a rat, a bird, and/or a gerbil in transfer for the local exotic animal rescue. The quad doors are the best freaking thing in the personal & animal-hauling world. I can more easily haul way more stuff than even some larger sedans. In July, I carried a tent, two camp chairs, a bucket of bricks, a carrier with a rabbit, two backpacks, a big blanket, and a card table & chairs and still had an empty passenger seat. And the highway trips have gotten 32 mpg with AC, 35 without. City is 29.

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Went on a two week camping trip in South Londonderry Vermont. Since it rained for a half of the trip we did a few day trips to northern Vermont.

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Just earlier this month (August), we drove our Outlook to New Braunfels, TX from our home in Fort Worth and spent 5 days at Schlitterbahn. Our Outlook sat very comfortly in its parking space while we enjoyed the water park.

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I drove my 96 saturn sc1 from fresno to LA and back. I had a great time. It had a little trouble climbing the grape vine, but that may be why my sc is currently not running I miss my car!!!

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The only place my Saturn would take me would be to the shop. Unreliable car stay away. 2000 Ls1 78,00 miles , new BCM and fuel pump, $1500. Screw Saturn!, I'm looking for a BMW, Toyota or Honda.

Beat this Saturn peeps: 300,000 miles on my 20 year old BMW and only a new alternator in 3 years! Now that's dependability.

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The only place my Saturn would take me would be to the shop. Unreliable car stay away. 2000 Ls1 78,00 miles , new BCM and fuel pump, $1500. Screw Saturn!, I'm looking for a BMW, Toyota or Honda.

Beat this Saturn peeps: 300,000 miles on my 20 year old BMW and only a new alternator in 3 years! Now that's dependability.

You put 300,000 miles on a BMW in 3 years? Or have you only owned it for 3 years and that's all YOU had to get done on it? Not to be funny, but there are several people in my family that own BMW's that they have had for 20+ years and with them being the only owners they can tell you that in 20 years it's highly unlikely that's the only thing that had to be fixed...even with the best of care. Not to knock BMW's at all...but let's be real. It's a man made product. And there are some Saturn owners that have had their cars for years and have had minimal repair work....and I'm sure there are a few 300k mile owners that are still happy with their choice.

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