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Saturn L300 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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My Saturn is a great and reliable car. It does sit too low to the ground, but although it has over 120,00 miles it still runs great and I feel safe driving it. It had one owner before us, and that owner took great care of it. IT seats our family of five, 2 adults and 3 children, comfortably and we always have a great time in it. My husband does hit his head when he gets in the car because of it being too low to the ground and a little too compact, but it definitely gets us from point a to point b with no worries. We have even taken road trips in our Saturn with our children a few times, and we enjoyed it. The trunk is also a good size for the type of car that it is. The tiers, however, are some kind of specialty tire that sometimes costs extra at some tire shops, but most of the time I love my light blue Saturn and feel like it is a friend because of it's reliability, and I would definitely recommend this type of Saturn to a friend.
Massapequa, New York
The Saturn Lw300 Is a great car. This is the first and only car I've bought, and it's proven to be a fantastic one. I've only had the car for about three years, but even in its old age it's proven to be great. Seats five people, which is great for traveling with family or friends. It drives pretty fast if need be, it has a six-cylinder engine. The car has decent gas mileage. It has a hatch back trunk, which is fantastic, and the back seat folds down for added trunk space. My car has about 95,000 miles on it and rides perfectly. I've been told by mechanics that this particular type of engine is incredible and has the potential to reach 500,000 miles. The car is great in all types of weather, rain, snow, or ice. The interior has stayed nice, despite it being 17 years old. There are few things that I dislike about this car. First, it only has one key hole on the driver's side, so you can't unlock it from any other door (unless you have a working clicker, which I don't). Second, it is a station wagon, so it isn't that stylish. However, finding a red station wagon in a crowded parking lot is very easy. It has an older style radio, a CD set, which isn't that useful if you don't have CDs.
This car was bought used, and it hasn't disappointed. It has already lasted me three years and doesn't show any signs of dying any time soon. It gets decent gas mileage, around 25 miles to the gallon. It gets me from point A to point B very effectively.