2005 Saturn L300
115,743 Miles
$3,885

Des Plaines, IL
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2004 Saturn L300
99,874 Miles
$5,995

Layton, UT
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2005 Saturn L300
45,844 Miles
$4,800

Waterford Twp, MI
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2005 Saturn L300
91,215 Miles
$5,995

Milford, DE
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2004 Saturn L300
153,130 Miles
$2,999

Ames, IA
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2005 Saturn L300
70,144 Miles
$6,995

Spokane Valley, WA
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2004 Saturn L300
127,726 Miles
$3,999

Enumclaw, WA
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2005 Saturn L300
64,952 Miles
$5,500

New Windsor, NY
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2004 Saturn L300
117,210 Miles
$4,995

Des Moines, IA
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2005 Saturn L300
176,672 Miles
$5,950

Lebanon, TN
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2005 Saturn L300
88,598 Miles
$4,995

Loveland, OH
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2005 Saturn L300
118,000 Miles
$3,995

Chatsworth, CA
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2005 Saturn L300
124,200 Miles
$3,950

Reno, NV
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2005 Saturn L300
87,756 Miles
$4,997

Cedar Lake, IN
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2005 Saturn L300
94,101 Miles
$5,499

Phoenix, AZ
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2005 Saturn L300
84,523 Miles
$4,995

Santa Clara, CA
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2005 Saturn L300
37,197 Miles
$7,500

Paris, KY
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2005 Saturn L300
140,455 Miles
$3,950

Milaca, MN
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2004 Saturn L300
79,643 Miles
Accepting Offers

Corpus Christi, TX
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2004 Saturn L300
166,476 Miles
Accepting Offers

Inver Grove Hts, MN
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Saturn L300 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.4
Performance
3.6
Style
3.7
Comfort
3.8
Fuel Economy
4.2
Maintenance
4.3

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Saturn L300 Owner Ratings & Reviews

1999 Saturn L300 - Great starter

Mesa, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I was in an accident two years ago and this was the car I got afterwards. It runs very smoothly and has easy maintenance. Like every vehicle it has its pros and cons but this come out to be a great car and is especially amazing for teenagers first car. Excellent for long distance travel and small families.
Story
I thought it was pretty funny when my spouses truck wasn't running so we took my car to get groceries and it could actually hold more than his truck could.
Pros
The air conditioner has never given out on me and in 120 degree heat (Fahrenheit) that comes in handy. And the engine has always ran perfectly even when I forgot to change the oil after 5 months of driving. Personally I use 91 octane gas but even if you use regular the tank lasts you forever. The console is minimal and easy to understand. And I know a huge issue with cars is room for tall people; with this car you have maximum leg room in the back seat and I have never seen a longer rail for the adjustable seat so it goes forward and back a lot farther. That goes for the laying back and si... (more)
Cons
The only down sides to having this car is: because of age the alignment needs to be adjusted every couple months or it will pull. Also the glove box is very small, enough to hold your registration and insurance but not a lot of room for emergency supplies. And to counter my previous statement about the pros, I still think this would be an amazing starter car for a teen, but it is very low tech. All you get is standard radio and a cigarette lighter and a lot of teens in this age would reject that.

2004 Saturn L300 - Solid car

03602, New Hampshire
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
Love the vehicle good on gas reliable during the winter months and very family safe vehicle for those long road trips/vacations me and my family love the vehicle cons...Well I can't really say there is much cons had to get new ball joints and tires all in all I like the car I always maintain it with ne fluids and all and she's always treated me good never once ever died on me always reliable I'd say no cons and nothing but pros on this rig
Story
Cheap reliable and safe around here for driving in the snow
Pros
Good on gas reliable during the winter months and very family safe vehicle for those long road trips/vacations
Cons
No cons and nothing but pros on this rig

1999 Saturn L300 - Sixteen Years and Counting

Chicago, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
My appreciation for my Saturn has a strong emotional context. It began with my appreciation of the buying experience, which was free from the usual anxiety, defensiveness, and suspicion which usually prevailed in a visit to an auto showroom. The car itself was a tidy, shiny gem to me; a symbol, not of conspicuous consumption, but of safety and strength: I had a car that wouldn't leave me stranded; I had a car, to get me to work and to hold my groceries and to take me home. And for sixteen years, it's been doing just that. I kept it maintained, and I had no major issues or problems. The minor issues? After fifteen years of continuous use, I had to replace the battery in the keyless-entry remote. And at around the same time, the headliner began to fall. More recently, I have experienced ... (more)
Pros
The dealer was the first positive feature. Sadly, Saturn dealerships are no more, but there are other avenues these days to use to get to a straightforward buyer/seller experience. My favorite feature of my Saturn is that it runs, and runs well. It can give me speed if I need it, and gets very nice gas mileage. The rear seats fold down, which greatly expands my options for hauling various types of things.
Cons
The selection of colors and trim options were somewhat limited. That was a compromise I accepted for the benefits of the rest of the Saturn buying experience. (That said, I always recognize my blue car, because the shade is unique, to me at least.) And having the headliner begin sagging, then falling, was not a happy experience.