Support Forum for Canadian Saturn Owners Now Open

Canadian Flag

With this week's confirmation that General Motors and Penske Automotive Group plan to close down Saturn in Canada, has created a new support forum to give Canadian owners a place to ask questions, get help, and share experiences. My hope is that our friends "north of the 48" will get the same level of service and support for their cars from their local GM dealership as they had come to expect from Saturn. But just in case, feel free to use this dedicated forum as a place to post messages if you have any issues getting your Saturn vehicles serviced.

Update on SaturnFest 2009

SaturnFest 2009

Last month's announcement about SaturnFest returning to this October spurred a lot of questions from visitors who were interested in learning more about what the event was all about. I created SaturnFest ten years ago as a way for folks who could not attend Saturn's real homecoming to gather together - virtually - to celebrate the cars and company we all love: Saturn.

New Site Feature: What’s New at

Open 24 Hours

Many years ago I kept a log of all site changes on one page, so folks could easily keep track of site updates. As the site grew to include several disparate applications, manually tracking and cataloging increasingly more dynamic updates efficiently became an impossible task. Until now.

Announcement: SaturnFest Virtual Homecoming Returns this Fall to

I'm excited to announce the return of SaturnFest —'s "virtual" homecoming! Following in the tradition of the first SaturnFest celebrations hosted by several years ago, SaturnFest '09 will take place online in late October on the computer-generated grassy fields of the Saturnalia Fairgrounds.

Add the Latest Headlines to Your Blog or Website

Want to help spread the latest Saturn news, reviews, and rumors? You can now put the latest headlines on your website by just copying and pasting a few lines of HTML code. The resulting output will generate a nifty animated banner that cycles through's five most recent items.

Happy Fourth of July 2009

Happy Fourth of July 2009

There are still technically a couple of hours still remaining in July 3rd, but with the sound of fireworks booming somewhere nearby, I thought it would be appropriate to wish everyone at a Happy Independence Day a little early.

Sign Up to Receive Daily News Updates in Your Mailbox

Would you like to keep up with the latest Saturn news? You can now receive news updates every morning in your email mailbox. Updates will only be distributed if fresh Saturn stories are posted on the main page. Be among the first to read about the latest Saturn news, reviews, and rumors!

200+ Thank Yous for Following

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I'd like to pause for a few moments tonight to thank everyone following on Twitter. We just reached another Twitter milestone, as the feed recently surpassed 200 followers! If you're not receiving's latest Saturn news, reviews, and rumors on Twitter, you can join in here.

Happy Memorial Day 2009

Saturn Homecoming Opening wishes you a happy and safe Memorial Day. Whether you're heading off to a barbecue, hanging out with some friends, or watching the rain-delayed Coca-Cola 600 later today... buckle up, drive safe, and please don't drink and drive. Whatever your plans are don't forget to pause for a moment or two to pay your respects to everyone who has given their lives for your freedom. Remember those who are away from home serving in the United States Armed Forces, think about their families, and all military retirees and veterans.

Thank You for Following on Twitter!

Follow on Twitter

I was very happy when I logged in to Twitter over weekend to see that there are now more than 125 "followers" reading tweets from! Thanks to everyone who has joined – I am honored that there are so many folks using Twitter to keep up with the site.

Random Article from the Archives

Flashback Friday: Sketch of the Upcoming Saturn SC on a 1989 Cover of AutoWeek

Flashback Friday: Sketch of the Upcoming Saturn SC on a 1989 Cover of AutoWeek

An illustration of the 1991 Saturn SC coupe appeared on the cover of AutoWeek's January 9th, 1989 issue. Inside, Kevin Wilson authored an article entitled "Saturn Rising" that discussed what was known about the mysterious Saturn project at the time of publication.