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Flashback Friday: Saturn ICY Racing

Flashback Friday: Saturn ICY Racing

Many years ago, Saturn Corporation participated in the Sports Car Club of America racing series. Dave Rosenblum, who ran the Inner City Youth (ICY) Racing Team, ran and managed the team that raced Saturn S-Series coupes, like the modified SC2 you see above. They not only raced, but they won – including the SCCA's World Challenge T2 Manufacturers' Cup.

Flashback Friday: Inside the Former Saturn Spring Hill Manufacturing and Assembly Complex

Flashback Friday: Inside the Former Saturn Spring Hill Manufacturing and Assembly Complex

Saturn's former manufacturing facility in Spring Hill, Tennessee was as revolutionary as the brand's innovative cars and industry-leading retail sales and service experience. This state-of-the-art plant was located approximately 30 miles south of Nashville on Highway 31.

Vacation Time: Travelling with Our Vue "Toad"

Vacation Time: Travelling with Our Vue "Toad"

We RV with our 2008 Saturn Vue XR 3.6L, only we tow it behind a motorhome (that's why its called a "toad"). It tows very well, and it lets us have a nice vehicle to drive around in when we get to where we are going.

Is this Saturn’s Next Small Car? Take a Closer Look at the Renault Samsung SM3...

Is this Saturn’s Next Small Car?  Take a Closer Look at the Renault Samsung SM3...

More and more industry analysts seem to agree that at some point in the next two years, Saturn retailers will begin selling a compact car that's based on the Renault Samsung SM3 you see in the picture above. While there has been evidence published to support this theory, it is only speculative at this time since none of the parties involved — Saturn, Roger Penske, or Renault-Samsung — have made any official announcements. But it doesn't hurt to take a closer look, right?

Saturn Vue 17" 10-Spoke Alloy Wheel

Saturn Vue 17" 10-Spoke Alloy Wheel

Flashback Friday: the Last 2009 Saturn Sky

Flashback Friday: the Last 2009 Saturn Sky

For this week's installment of Flashback Friday, we only have to look back a little more than three months to this past spring. The date was Wednesday, May 20th, 2009 to be exact. On that day, GM's Boxwood Assembly Plant in Wilmington, DE built the last Saturn Sky.

2009 Saturn Vue with RV Trailer

2009 Saturn Vue with RV Trailer

Read Leo's story about towing a RV camper behind his 2009 Saturn Vue.

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