2007 Saturn Relay
133,031 Miles
$6,995

Eugene, OR
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2005 Saturn Relay
134,650 Miles
$6,800

Brighton, MI
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2007 Saturn Relay
123,480 Miles
$4,733

Arlington, WA
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2006 Saturn Relay
83,309 Miles
$6,991

San Rafael, CA
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2006 Saturn Relay
149,300 Miles
$7,950

South Sioux City, NE
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2007 Saturn Relay
164,773 Miles
$4,766

Inver Grove Heights, MN
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2005 Saturn Relay
120,708 Miles
$3,766

Fridley, MN
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2005 Saturn Relay
125,735 Miles
$5,500

Decorah, IA
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2005 Saturn Relay
173,000 Miles
$6,999

Covington, WA
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2007 Saturn Relay
105,478 Miles
$5,999

Auburn, WA
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2006 Saturn Relay
128,162 Miles
$4,950

Broken Arrow, OK
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2007 Saturn Relay
77,466 Miles
$10,275

Cleveland, OH
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Saturn Relay Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.4
Performance
4.0
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.8
Fuel Economy
3.2
Maintenance
3.8

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Saturn Relay Owner Ratings & Reviews

2006 Saturn Relay - Good car, does the job

Chandler, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
I've enjoyed having a Saturn Relay. I have had extended family living in my house along with my two kids and it really held up over the ten years we've had it. Fantastic for a large family. Great for a long road trip with the family. I have the DVD player and screen in the back to entertain fussy children during longer car rides. Besides the rear sliding doors and the rear fold down seats (which can get stuck), the car has held up pretty well. No structural problems, very little mechanical issues over that time frame. No major repair work necessary. It's been on several road trips and it's help up well. The car handles great. Probably not the best gas mileage, but not too bad. It's a shame that they don't make them anymore.
Story
Not so much fun, but certainly memorable. I was driving around with my toddler daughter in the middle seating area in her car seat. I went around a turn and the sliding door just up and opened, and nearly fell off. It had gone off its track. I had to reach back and hold the car seat in place while I stopped the car safely in the middle of the road. Uncool to drive around with a toddler right n... (more)
Pros
I really enjoyed how well the car has held up. No major repair work needed in over a decade of several long family road trips and the beating it has taken from several children. I like the setup of the car in terms of seating and spacing. The drink holder area is great for my needs. Maybe a small thing, but not all cars have that so I like it. Plenty of storage space. The entertainment system in the back is great for keeping kids occupied on those longer trips. The car handles great. I like how sturdy the car is, for the most part.
Cons
Rear sliding doors seem to break easily. Fold down seats can get stuck.

2005 Saturn Relay - Old Faithful

Chesapeake, Virginia
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
We bought this vehicle new in early 2005 and have driven it across the country several times. It's a terrific road trip and family vehicle. The removable and/or foldable seats in the back and middle rows have allowed the van to grow with our family and changing needs, from having babies in car seats right up to having teenagers with gear to haul. 2005 Was the first model year for the Relay, so there were a few "growing pains," but these were quickly and efficiently handled at the dealership(s). This has been a solid purchase for us.
Story
Best night at the drive-in movies - we opened the lift gate and turned the rear to the screen for the earlier (kid-friendly) feature and then shut the lift gate and turned the car forward for adults to watch the later film while the kids slept in the far back. Perfect!
Pros
Things we love about this vehicle - still getting good mileage even after 10+ years and over 170K miles (21/gal city and 29/gal highway). - Very reliable! - The body styling is classic, and doesn't look 'dated' even after a decade - very spacious interior (great for a family of tall people)
Cons
Things we don't love as much - power sliders were only really useful for the first 7 years. After that, sensors wore out and the repair/replacement didn't seem worth it. - Side trim on doors has always been a bit loose at the ends - after 8 years, the gas gauge is no longer very accurate once it gets under 1/4 tank.

2006 Saturn Relay - Great Family Vehicle!

Redlands, California
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
This is a spacious vehicle that seats 7 comfortably. I love that it has more trunk room than many other vans in its class. The front end looks like an SUV, which is nice because I don't care for the pointy minivan front end. It gets good gas mileage and the only issue we have is one of the automatic sliding doors no longer works and has to be opened manually. Ours also has a DVD player which is awesome for long trips. Our glove compartment hinge broke recently, but I would say that is more of an age issue sine the vehicle was made almost ten years ago. Overall this van is a great value and is one of those cars that will last forever.
Story
We took our Relay to the Drive-In and the kids were so excited to snuggle up in the trunk. There is a plug back there so we put a little boom box back there just for them!
Pros
spacious Comfortable Reliable High seats make loading car seats in and out very easy
Cons
Possible wiring issues (doors) Possible issues with glove box hinge