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2001 Saturn L-Series OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Austin, Texas
5.0
Simple yet reliable!
This is a great affordable car for someone who isn't looking for unnecessary bells and whistles that most cars have now. It just runs and can run for a very long time! It sips gas but isn't as sluggish on acceleration given it only has a 100 HP engine. Maintenance is easy and very cheap. Replacing parts isn't expensive and parts are still plentiful even though the line has been discontinued many years ago.
Seth
Seth
Eldorado at Santa Fe, New Mexico
4.0
Great workhorse that just kept going and going.
I was a fan of Saturn vehicles before buying this used L series wagon. One of the things I liked immediately was the comfort level and ease of handling. Over the 12 years it worked, it just kept showing what a great car it was. It's got the room to (carefully) transport an unassembled futon (done that) and is comfortable enough to make eight-hour one-way road trips with only needing to stop for gas and to stretch once. Even when age and a few mistakes on my part started killing the car, it just kept going. It ran on only three of the four cylinders for over two years and only died completely recently when I lost another cylinder. I think some of the things I disliked were just the general unfamiliarity with Saturns among mechanics. It was never a huge brand, so even things like oil changes usually took a bit longer as techs had to figure out what was going on. Other than that I'm nitpicking. The privacy shield for the back was hard to remove, but I didn't need to do that often. And the fuse layout was a bit confusing with no seeming method to having some under the hood, and others in the side panel by the driver side.