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OnStar Utilities Help Drivers Save Millions on Auto Maintenance

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OnStar recently sent its 100,000,000th OnStar Vehicle Diagnostics e-mail, marking a significant milestone for a service that has the ability to save drivers millions of dollars in automotive maintenance costs by providing alerts for the vehicle's key operating systems including the safety systems.

Poll: Where Do You Most Often Get Your Saturn Serviced?

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I saw a similar topic yesterday in the S-Series forum, and thought it would make a good site-wide poll: Where do you most often get your Saturn serviced for routine maintenance? Do you take it to your local retailer, a national auto repair chain, a small independent shop, or do you do it yourself?

Goodwrench Debunks Auto Myths

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General Motors' Goodwrench service is sending a few automotive maintenance myths to the scrap heap in an effort to help consumers save money, time, and wear and tear on the environment.

Get Paid to be a Saturn Mystery Shopper

Private Detectives Needed for Saturn Mystery Shopper Program

Saturn general manager Jill Lajdziak wants your help building a more satisfying retail network. She's looking for dedicated owners to participate in a new "mystery shopper" program that's designed to provide the company with direct feedback about the level of service you receive at Saturn stores. Saturn owners will soon be getting an e-mail about the opportunity from Jill, but she'd like to give SaturnFans.com visitors first dibs on becoming a Saturn Mystery Shopper – well, Jill says that Saturn Business Analyst will actually be your title.

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Aura Concept Demonstrates GM's Fuel Saving HCCI Engine Technology

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General Motors recently demonstrated its progress on developing a future advanced engine technology for consumers that squeezes more miles per gallon of gas and reduces emissions. GM engineers have brought the advanced combustion technology from the laboratory to the test track and, now, to the highway in a driveable concept vehicle - a Saturn Aura equipped with homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI).