Jill Lajdziak

Outside of Work, Saturn's Leader Enjoys Family, High-Adventure Trips, and Cooking

Automotive News recently talked to Saturn general manager Jill Lajdziak as part of the publication's recurring "person to person" interview series. Topics not only included her career at General Motors, but also her life outside of her office at GM's Renaissance Center in downtown Detroit.

Lajdziak Teases with Astra Tidbits

Saturn General Manager Jill Lajdziak posted a story on the GM Fastlane blog today teasing us with a few new details about the brand's replacement for the compact Ion sedan and quad coupe: the 2008 Saturn Astra. The Astra will make its formal debut at the Chicago Auto Show next month.

Lajdziak Offers Glimpse at Future, Saturn Will Offer Seven Vehicles by End of '07

Saturn General Manager, Jill Lajdziak, was in New York last week to give a presentation to automotive reporters at the International Motor Press Association. She talked about the state of Saturn and answered questions afterwards about the brand. MediaPost was at the luncheon event and reported some interesting tidbits of information from the meeting.

Lajdziak Hints at More Saturn Hybrids

Jill Lajdziak talked to the Tennessean newspaper about the 2007 Vue Green Line hybrid SUV, unveiled yesterday at the North American International Auto Show.

The Sky... and Beyond

In the beginning, back in the early '90s, Saturn had the three elements of enduring brands -- innovative and high quality product, great marketing, and a terrific retail experience. So what happened?

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Owner Story: Road Trip Once Again Brings Best Ever Fuel Economy in 2007 Aura XE V6

From AuraDrvr89: Once again this summer, my family and I traveled to Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. It's a spectacular amusement park, for those who are not familiar. Last year I averaged about 33mpg on the way there, and wanted to see if I could beat it this year. We drove from my home in western New York straight into Sandusky. It's a fairly straight run.