2003 Saturn Ion
149,563 Miles
$2,755

Buffalo, MN
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2003 Saturn Ion
150,789 Miles
$3,999

Liberty Lake, WA
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2003 Saturn Ion
99,766 Miles
$2,795

Lindenhurst, NY
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2003 Saturn Ion
141,690 Miles
$3,868

Wabasha, MN
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2003 Saturn Ion
127,358 Miles
$2,995

Bethlehem, PA
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2003 Saturn Ion
56,300 Miles
$5,695

Elizabethtown, PA
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2003 Saturn Ion
118,141 Miles
$3,995

Waterford, MI
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2003 Saturn Ion
93,456 Miles
$3,995

Manchester, NH
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2003 Saturn Ion
158,103 Miles
$988

Vero Beach, FL
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2003 Saturn Ion
135,765 Miles
$3,499

Woodstock, IL
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2003 Saturn Ion
180,000 Miles
$2,995

Green Bay, WI
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2003 Saturn Ion
156,177 Miles
$3,695

Canonsburg, PA
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2003 Saturn Ion
169,218 Miles
$3,249

Brighton, CO
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2003 Saturn Ion
66,435 Miles
$4,795

Vienna, VA
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2003 Saturn Ion
189,163 Miles
$990

Draper, UT
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2003 Saturn Ion
104,565 Miles
$1,950

Ozone Park, NY
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2003 Saturn Ion
129,400 Miles
$1,750

Culver City, CA
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2003 Saturn Ion
179,197 Miles
$900

Bedford, VA
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2003 Saturn Ion
121,743 Miles
$4,997

Grants Pass,, OR
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2003 Saturn Ion
143,400 Miles
$2,200

Gardena, CA
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2003 Saturn Ion Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.5
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.5
Reliability
4.5

2003 Saturn Ion Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2003 Saturn Ion - It does the job.

BC
Hermiston, Oregon
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
This car does what it's made for - it gets you from point A to point B. We put tons of miles on the car per year because of my husband's job, so we didn't want a way expensive car we would just have to replace soon, but we also wanted a reliable one. The car looks flashy, but is very basic. The gas mileage is pretty good (around 30 mpg freeway, a little less in town) but not as great as we had been told originally. When we first bought it, we had problems with the pass lock - but so did everybody else who bought a Saturn. We ended up replacing the ignition switch (which the company is now recalling and funding the bill to fix) and switching out the shift assembly and that took care of the problem. It's not the most comfortable and luxurious car in the world, but roomy enough I guess. I... (more)
Pros
It's got good gas mileage and the price to buy it wasn't too bad. It's pretty reliable, just make sure to keep up on the maintenance - oil changes, manufacturer recommendations for replacing things (i.e. Spark plugs, fuel filter, etc), fix things early when something's not right - like wheel bearings and stuff. It's pretty sporty looking, but it's also a economical car.
Cons
Ours is the model you CAN'T add cruise control. When we bought it, we were originally told we could add it for like $300. After multiple visits with multiple mechanics we were told that because of some crazy thing in the central computer, if cruise control was added the car had the possibility of shutting down for no reason in the middle of nowhere, so no one wanted to add it for safety reasons and fear of getting sued. So DEFINITELY triple check about the cruise control and model of Saturn Ion before you plan on that little feature.

2003 Saturn Ion - Built to last.

Gregory
Los Angeles, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
1.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I love this vehicle. Although it is merely a compact sedan with minimal features such as power windows and power door locks, I have never had an issue with it. I purchased the car for a little bit over $2,000 a year or so ago, and it had around 80,000 miles. Now it has 100,000 miles, and the only maintenance I've needed to do is change the brakes and routine oil changes. The car gets good gas mileage, getting around 26 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway. You're getting the same chassis and mechanics a as a Chevrolet Cobalt, with a little bit sleeker look. The interior is roomy enough. I am 5'11", and I have plenty of room in the driver's seat.
Story
One memorable story is messing around with one of my friends. He owns a 2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat, and one time I saw him at a stop light, and revved up my engine pretending to race him. Obviously, I lost.
Pros
The interior is roomy. I am 5'11", and I have plenty of room in the driver's seat. Surprisingly, the trunk is very spacious. There are very low maintenance costs as the car is fairly simplistic. It has power windows, cruise control, air conditioning, and power door locks, which I think are the most basic and necessary items for a car. Saturn also built their exterior out of nearly all plastic, which makes the exterior very easy to maintain, as well as it being fairly sturdy in an accident.
Cons
Although I think it is a great vehicle, it's not for everyone. It is a 14-year-old vehicle, and technology-wise is definitely out of date. Their is no MP3 player, no USB connector, and certainly no navigation.

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