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A division of the General Motors Corporation, Saturn was established in 1985 as a response to small-car imports from Japan and Germany. The first Saturn rolled off the assembly line in 1990. All original Saturns (S-Series) featured dent-resistant polymer panels, which were a major selling point.

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2009 Saturn Aura XR

2009 Saturn Aura XR

Saturn’s new Aura XR4 gives you great gas mileage with a four-cylinder, plus all the options associated with a top-line V6 model.

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GM Recalls Igniton Switch Cars Again for Different Part

GM Recalls Igniton Switch Cars Again for Different Part
The GM recall has officially gone from snowball to avalanche. The American automaker has announced that it is issuing an additional recall for the already-recalled 2.6 million vehicles. Those vehicles are currently called back for having faulty ignition switches, an issue linked to at least 13 deaths. Now, the same vehicles have an issue with... more

GM Ignition Switch Recall Balloons to 2.2M Vehicles

GM Ignition Switch Recall Balloons to 2.2M Vehicles
General Motors‘ ignition switch recall just got a whole lot bigger. The American automaker is expanding the recall to another 971,000 vehicles, 824,000 of which are in the U.S. The added vehicles cover the 2008-2010 Saturn Ion and Sky, Pontiac G5 and Solstice and the Chevrolet HHR. In addition, the 2008-2011 Chevrolet Cobalt has been... more

Saturn Ion at Center of Power Steering Safety Probe

Saturn Ion at Center of Power Steering Safety Probe
With the massive recall recently announced over General Motors’ ignition switch issue, the government safety agency overseeing the investigation is under scrutiny as to why a similar recall hasn’t been issued for the Saturn Ion’s power steering failures. At least 846 complaints have been filed with the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) on the... more

NHTSA Poses 107 Questions to GM About Ignition Recall

NHTSA Poses 107 Questions to GM About Ignition Recall
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has sent General Motors a 27-page letter containing 107 questions requesting information to further its inquest on whether or not GM waited too long to recall 1.6 million vehicles.   NHTSA has given GM until April 3 to answer all 107 questions pertaining to the recall of 1.6... more

GM Under NHTSAs Microscope for Recall Timing

GM Under NHTSAs Microscope for Recall Timing
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is investigating GM’s timeliness regarding its expanded ignition switch recall. General Motors is in the spotlight for faulty ignition switches that have resulted in a recall of nearly 1.4 million cars. The regulatory agency will make sure GM followed proper legal procedures and met all reporting requirements. Supposedly, the... more

GM Ignition-Switch Recall Expands to 1.3 Million Cars; 13 Fatalities Reported

GM Ignition-Switch Recall Expands to 1.3 Million Cars; 13 Fatalities Reported
GM is expanding an existing recall of 2003 through 2007 models to correct an ignition-switch defect. The existing call-back covers the Chevrolet Cobalt, Pontiac G5 and Canada-only Pontiac Pursuit. The company is separately recalling Saturn Ions, Chevrolet HHRs as well as Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky models. This expanded action affects more than 1.3 million... more