2000 Saturn S-Series
184,793 Miles
$1,799

Maryville, TN
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2001 Saturn S-Series
137,048 Miles
$2,999

Puyallup, WA
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1999 Saturn S-Series
147,886 Miles
$4,995

Salem, OR
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2002 Saturn S-Series
88,303 Miles
$6,999

Bremerton, WA
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2000 Saturn S-Series
119,620 Miles
$1,500

Marysville, WA
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2001 Saturn S-Series
113,798 Miles
$2,499

West Park, FL
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2002 Saturn S-Series
77,245 Miles
$4,888

Burlingame, CA
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1999 Saturn S-Series
116,994 Miles
$3,995

Reno, NV
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2002 Saturn S-Series
126,600 Miles
$3,995

Reno, NV
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2000 Saturn S-Series
120,284 Miles
$3,995

Reno, NV
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2001 Saturn S-Series
195,738 Miles
$3,000

Hudson, IA
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1999 Saturn S-Series
95,672 Miles
$3,903

Indianapolis, IN
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2002 Saturn S-Series
175,472 Miles
$2,495

Darlington, WI
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1999 Saturn S-Series
188,726 Miles
$1,999

Eau Claire, WI
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2000 Saturn S-Series
85,992 Miles
$3,789

Fort Atkinson, WI
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2001 Saturn S-Series
208,276 Miles
$1,998

Marysville, WA
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2000 Saturn S-Series
180,652 Miles
$1,299

Peotone, IL
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2002 Saturn S-Series
177,032 Miles
$2,795

Pasco, WA
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2000 Saturn S-Series
50,252 Miles
$3,874

Crestview, FL
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2000 Saturn S-Series
172,491 Miles
$4,995

Lake City, MN
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Saturn S-Series Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.1
Value
4.2
Performance
3.3
Style
3.4
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
4.4
Maintenance
4.2

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Saturn S-Series Owner Ratings & Reviews

2002 Saturn S-Series - Great for the budget minded

Oregon City, Oregon
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
This has been an excellent car for me, firstly I really like its simplicity, no gps, power seats, etc. Less to break in my experience, it has been very reliable. The simplicity also makes it very fun to drive because it is small and uses plastic body panels it is very nimble, while not really fast, it remains a blast to drive. I like its sporty looks as well, while sporty its not over the top and doesn't draw attention from law enforcement. While materials are definitely low end they don't seem to break or fall apart often and when they do are quite easy to repair. Lastly the fuel economy is excellent, I get 32-36 mpg on regular basis, which puts a lot of extra money back in my pocket. By the way I once fit two 8 foot 2x4's in the car by folding down the back seat and letting one end s... (more)
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Every morning in this car is great fun, my drive to work takes me through the country on some great twisty roads, and this car is great fun to push hard through the corners as it is light and very nimble. Not totally legal but very fun!
Pros
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Cons
- There are no longer factory Saturn parts available - fit and finish are sub-par especially the dash and body panels - 1.9L engine design has a tendency to use oil internally - because of above you must check oil quite often - cars are becoming increasin

2001 Saturn S-Series - I love my Saturn

Carlton, Oregon
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
First of all, I feel safe in my Saturn. I originally bought a Saturn after a friend recommended that all of her friends buy Saturns after she survived a head-on collision on one. She'd recently learned that had she been driving a car with a body made from different materials, there would have been no way she would have lived. I bought my 2001 SL-1 used and it runs better than brand new cars I've owned. Second, it looks like a high-end vehicle but isn't priced like one. I feel classy driving around in my Saturn despite it being a vehicle that I think has been discontinued (not many people work on them anymore, at least). I think the interior design is comfortable and there's a lot of space for transporting lots of people and items. I've driven across the country with this thing and a wh... (more)
Title
I drove this car through the Badlands of South Dakota in relentless heat and it never hesitated!
Pros
This car is great on gas. Even when gas prices are high, my wallet barely suffers. I think the car is aesthetically pleasing and I love having four convenient doors. I've put 50,000 miles on this car in a few years and the body doesn't show it. The engine feels awesome and has a lot of power for what it is.
Cons
The interior ceiling is covered in cloth that drops down. I recommend stapling it back into place rather than cutting it like I did. Also there's a timing chain that needs to be replaced.

2001 Saturn S-Series - Efficient Reliable Small

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
3.0
I like the car overall because it is small and fuel efficient, which is what I was looking for in the first place. It is the most base model of the car so it doesn't have power windows, seats, locks, mirrors or any fancy trim. It is just a utilitarian car that is mean to get from point A to point B. Any person who wants a car and doesn't care if it looks pretty would do well to buy this car.
Title
Living in a snowy climate makes for fun driving if you can control the slide.
Pros
This is an extremely fuel efficient vehicle. I am able to consistently get over 30 miles per gallon. I do mostly highway driving so this has a lot to do with it. The car also has a manual transmission which can make it more fuel efficient in the city. Also the car is safe and the parts are cheap to replace so the insurance on the car is very reasonable, even for a young adult.
Cons
Going back to the cheap aspect, it can definitely be seen that the car was cheap to produce which is why it was so cheap to buy. It is a very generic looking car and doesn't have a very high quality interior. Living in a climate where there is snow on the ground for about half the year, having a small, lightweight car is not ideal for handling in the snow.