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Video: Michigan Company Converts a '95 Saturn SL1 into an Electric Car

WILX News Channel 10 reports in this video segment about a Michigan company that is going into business converting used economy cars into electric vehicles. A gold Saturn was shown in the linked clip and others were flashed on the screen as future upcoming conversions. "This model will run anywhere from $15,000 to $20,000," said the station, "but it can be cheaper if you bring in your own car."

Astra is One of the Best Small Cars GM has Offered in the United States

The Shenandoah Valley News liked the Saturn Astra so much they said it was one of GM's best small cars - ever. "The handling is precise with excellent steering feedback," wrote the paper, "and all the tires stay well planted even when pushed hard."

Sneak Peak: Should Saturn Offer a Coupe and Wagon Version of its Next-Generation Aura?

With photos of the Opel Insignia sedan – which also is believed to strongly hint at the next-generation Saturn Aura – officially released, the Motor Authority offers its interpretation of what we could expect the model's coupe and wagon variants to look like.

2008 Vue GL Review: Who Says Mild Hybrids Don't Make Sense?

Motor Trend magazine drives the new 2008 Saturn Vue Green Line hybrid and questions the often ill-conceived notion that the so-called mild hybrid vehicles like the Vue aren't "real" hybrids.

Resurgent Saturn Has Appealing Vue

Frank Aukofer looks back at the history of Saturn, tracing the brand's steps that led up to the launch of the all-new 2008 Saturn Vue in this Washington Times review.

Great Style, Great Timing for Saturn's 2008 Astra

Editor Justin Pritchard calls out the Astra's great handling and steering, good brakes, good mileage, and high-quality interior in this review of the 2008 five-door Saturn hatchback.

Saturn Astra is Dynamic and Efficient

Canadian Automotive website Auto123.com praised both Saturn and GM in this road test review for making "virtually no compromises" when they decided to bring the popular Astra hatchback to North America. They "kept as many characteristics of the European Astra as possible."

AdAge Sheds More Light on GM's Marketing Realignment

An article in this week's issue of Advertising Age takes an in-depth look at the changes announced earlier this month by General Motors to strengthen its car brands. The "moves are designed to empower" the "four newly created brand czars" at the company with a "voice in incentives, vehicle development."

Production of '09 Saturn Outlooks Start in June

Car and Driver reports that Saturn will changeover production of its eight-passenger Outlook crossover utility to new 2009 models in June. Among the changes is a new 3.6L V6 powerplant with direction injection (DI) that will reportedly deliver some terrific fuel economy figures.

Green Line Vue Has European Flair and Good Mileage

The Oregonian's Tom Kehoe takes a look at the hybrid Saturn Vue in his "Drive Time" column in the paper today.

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Development of an All-New (and Unique!) Saturn Aura Underway

AutoWeek magazine reported via its website earlier this week that Saturn will indeed offer a new version of its critically acclaimed and increasingly popular Aura sedan. For awhile now, it has been widely believed that the next Aura would be a rebadged version of the GM Epsilon II-based Opel and Vauxhall Insignia, which was just unveiled at the London Motor Show.