2003 Saturn L-Series
229,542 Miles
$2,000

Brooklyn Park, MN
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2003 Saturn L-Series
146,075 Miles
$2,995

Franklin, TN
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2003 Saturn L-Series
126,598 Miles
$3,495

Bemidji, MN
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2003 Saturn L-Series
51,321 Miles
$5,000

Watertown, CT
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2003 Saturn L-Series
196,918 Miles
$2,475

Anderson, IN
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2003 Saturn L-Series
94,145 Miles
$4,500

Centennial, CO
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2003 Saturn L-Series
113,606 Miles
$2,999

Daphne, AL
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2003 Saturn L-Series
141,803 Miles
$2,500

Pinconning, MI
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2003 Saturn L-Series
82,028 Miles
$3,998

Harrisonburg, VA
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2003 Saturn L-Series
124,214 Miles
$3,995

Omaha, NE
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2003 Saturn L-Series
230,983 Miles
$1,499

Skokie, IL
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2003 Saturn L-Series
169,856 Miles
$1,995

Rock Hill, SC
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2003 Saturn L-Series
144,851 Miles
$4,995

Whiteville, NC
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2003 Saturn L-Series
159,000 Miles
$4,000

Waukesha, WI
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2003 Saturn L-Series
174,130 Miles
$2,988

Auburn, WA
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2003 Saturn L-Series
78,032 Miles
$3,999

Escondido, CA
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2003 Saturn L-Series
134,100 Miles
$3,495

Jacksonville, FL
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2003 Saturn L-Series
85,786 Miles
$6,495

Norco , CA
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2003 Saturn L-Series
125,000 Miles
$3,995

Waco, TX
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2003 Saturn L-Series
96,435 Miles
$4,995

Mesa, AZ
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2003 Saturn L-Series Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.5
2 Reviews
Overall
3.5
Value
3.0
Performance
3.5
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
3.0

2003 Saturn L-Series Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2003 Saturn L-Series - My mostly reliable Saturn

Jack
Mount Vernon, Ohio
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
The Saturn L300 is a decent vehicle overall. The interior did not hold up as well as I would have liked. The seat and steering wheel are worn and there is a hole in the floor carpet on the drivers side. The engine life has been satisfactory. The car was quite affordable and has nearly 200,000 miles on it at this point. The issues with the vehicle have been relatively minor including an exhaust leak and an issue with the emergency brake. Recently the car has started misfiring which had become a major issue but I did not expect to put as many miles on it as I have. The vehicle was my first car and it has lasted nearly three years of driving back and forth to college classes so in that regard it has been very reliable.
Story
I once drove my Saturn on the sidewalk to avoid an accident. It was late at night so there were no pedestrians. In hindsight it was terrible decision but I did not really have time to process the situation. I would not have thought the Saturn a suitable off-road vehicle.
Pros
The car has a six cylinder engine despite how small the vehicle is, allowing for the driver to accelerate quickly to high speeds and impress any ladies who happen to witness. The driver is also able to save on gas as the Saturn is pretty fuel efficient.
Cons
The engine is not manufactured in a traditional way. It is very difficult to locate any components on the car as it seems it was just thrown together blindly. As a result of this it has been very difficult to find a mechanic who is will to work on the car when it has had major issues.

2003 Saturn L-Series - A Car for Active People

Tyler
Portland, Michigan
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
The thing I like the most about this vehicle is the amount of storage space you get. The back row seats fold down really easily. There is plenty of room for all sorts of stuff in the back. As a golfer I have no problem fitting my golf bag in the back end or even just the back seat.
Story
I remember going on a road trip from Oklahoma to Michigan with a few friends and stopping at a drive through and driving through backwards so my passenger could order some food.
Pros
The best part about the vehicle is the amount of storage space. I have never had any trouble fitting anything into this car. It is great if you are moving or even just going on a long road trip. There is plenty of room in the back as well as leg room for you and your passengers.
Cons
The only bad thing about this vehicle is just how low to the ground it feels. I don't think this car would be good for me if I were much older than I am and was having trouble with joints or anything. I am fairly young, so it is not an issue for me right now, but I could for see this becoming an issue in the future.

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