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On the Auction Block: Saturn Lola Race Car

On the Auction Block: Saturn Lola Race Car

This is the Saturn Lola race car that was used in the late 1980s, before the first production Saturn vehicles were ever built, to test how Saturn's innovative 1.9L 4-cylinder would perform under pressure.

Maryland Owner Gives Her 1993 Saturn SL a Nail Polish Paint Job

Maryland Owner Gives Her 1993 Saturn SL a Nail Polish Paint Job

Ben Wojdyla from Jalopnik by way of the Maryland Gazette: Jill Bell noticed a scratched spot in a dent on the hood of her 1993 Saturn and decided to cover it with nail polish before the onset of winter caused it to rust and spread. When it held up to the elements, Jill, an avid quilter, wondered why she couldn't cover the entire car in a quilt inspired paint job of the same stuff.

Saturn in Times Square

Saturn in Times Square

Saturn "took over" Times Square for a special event prior to the start of the New York Auto Show on Tuesday, April 11, 2006 in New York. Saturn used the event to introduce three new Saturn vehicles - the Sky Red Line performance roadster, the Outlook crossover vehicle, and the Aura midsize sedan. Click here for more photos.

Merry Christmas from SaturnFans.com!

Merry Christmas from SaturnFans.com!

I just wanted to post a quick note wishing everyone a Merry Christmas! I hope "Saturn Claus" is good to everyone this year! The holiday greeting above was sent to me many, many years ago from a Car Club in Texas. Yes, Santa really is a Saturn fan! Betcha didn't know he's got a specially modified white SC2 "sled" he uses when he's afraid of getting dents and dings in his other big red sled...

SaturnFans.com Christmas Tree

SaturnFans.com Christmas Tree

The SaturnFans.com Christmas tree! Merry Christmas!

2009 Saturn Astra

2009 Saturn Astra

View more Astra photos in the SaturnFans.com photo gallery.

Flashback Friday: 1988 Saturn Prototype

Flashback Friday: 1988 Saturn Prototype

Up until this year the general public had really only seen one picture of the original Saturn prototype that was taken when it was unveiled to the automotive press in 1984. However this year, thanks to the General Motors' collaborative GMnext 100th anniversary website, a bunch of never-before-seen photos of Saturn prototypes from the company's archives have made their way onto the Internet.

Saturn Prototype Undergoing Testing

Saturn Prototype Undergoing Testing

A Saturn prototype sedan undergoing testing at General Motors' Milford Proving Grounds in 1988.

2009 Saturn Sky Red Line Ruby Red Limited Edition

2009 Saturn Sky Red Line Ruby Red Limited Edition

For 2009, Saturn is offering a limited edition of the Sky Red Line roadster. The special vehicle features unique 18" split-spoke wheels, ruby red exterior, and distinctive hood and deck lid stripes. In addition, the Ruby Red Limited Edition Sky has sport-inspired red stitching on seats, steering wheel, shift knob, and doors.

Delivering Joy this Holiday Season

Delivering Joy this Holiday Season

Three Saturn Outlook vehicles filled with Saturn retailer and public donated housewarming gifts are parked in front of five new houses built by the Saturn Hands on Homes program in Detroit, Michigan last week.

Random Article from the SaturnFans.com Archives

Did You Know: The Saturn Vue was Reborn into a Chevy So Exclusive that You Can Only Borrow, Not Buy

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From the New York Times: Rental cars are rarely anything special. And that’s just fine. All you really need from a rental is unlimited miles, long-term shelter for a few stray curly fries and a hassle-free ride from A to B and back again before those martinets at the counter charge you for an additional day. If you’re driving a rental, the car itself is most likely not the point — it is merely a solution to a problem. And for many travelers over the last couple of years, the Chevrolet Captiva has been their rental car solution. The Captiva is a rare thing in the American auto market: a vehicle that isn’t available to consumers but is offered only to fleet customers, including the rental car companies. You can rent one, but you cannot buy it.