2001 Saturn S-Series
96,615 Miles | Hillsboro, OR
$1,750
est. $25/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
118,000 Miles | Saint Petersburg, FL
$1,588
est. $23/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
91,035 Miles | Atascadero, CA
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
120,814 Miles | Ogden, UT
$2,495
est. $36/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
197,530 Miles | Farmington, MN
$1,661
est. $24/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
145,378 Miles | Murray, UT
$1,753
est. $25/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
99,000 Miles | Crestwood, IL
$2,999
est. $43/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
91,893 Miles | Middletown, OH
$3,599
est. $52/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
180,899 Miles | Akron, OH
$2,495
est. $36/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
86,824 Miles | Michigan City, IN
$4,490
est. $65/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
| South Hill, VA
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
125,458 Miles | Shakopee, MN
$2,988
est. $43/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
124,763 Miles | Eureka, IL
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
| Pelham, NH
Accepting Offers
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2001 Saturn S-Series
174,000 Miles | Bradley, IL
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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2001 Saturn S-Series
34,301 Miles | Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2001 Saturn S-Series Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.5
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0

2001 Saturn S-Series Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2001 Saturn S-Series - Efficient Reliable Small

Jack
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
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.
Story
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.

2001 Saturn S-Series - Durable sedan

Tonya
Silver City, New Mexico
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
Don't let the small size and sporty features of the 2001 Saturn SL2 fool you. This vehicle is as hardy as they come. My Saturn is at just under 200,000 miles and has only recently begun to have problems with the radiator. All other parts are the originals save for anything that is supposed to be changed regularly (or as regularly as a college student could afford to change it). The body style is sleek and reminiscent of the fancier sports cars but with the price tag of a more modest sedan, and the ride is as smooth as they come. I've taken this car off-roading (no kidding!) and in places where some mid-size SUVs might have trouble, but the Saturn SL2 took it like a champ. The back seat is roomy enough to fit two large German Shepherd Dogs and our camping equipment fit snugly in the tru... (more)
Story
We live in a wilderness area and we frequently go on outdoors adventures with the dogs. One on such adventure, we got stuck in a downpour and had to pull off to the side of the road due to heavy flooding of the roads. The water became so high at one point the wind was blowing it up to the point of the windows of the car. But our Saturn stuck well and soon the storm passed and the waters cleare... (more)
Pros
The Saturn SL2 is extremely durable and can go places where most vehicles its size and clearance can't go. It comes with a large variety of comfort features such as leather interior, sunroof, automatic seat adjustment, and CD player. The automatic transmission shifts smoothly, and it picks up speed quickly and easily.
Cons
Because the Saturn SL2 is no longer being manufactured, it has some specific parts that are difficult to find (although they are still cheap) if they happen to break. It also has less than average gas mileage for a vehicle in its class, and it has poor turning radius for a FWD vehicle. And depending on your preference, the fiberglass-like material that the car is made of may be off-putting to some (although this makes dents and dings easy to fix).

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