2006 Saturn Relay

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$22,750 - $29,250
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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 18 City / 25 Hwy
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2006 Relay Overview

The Saturn Relay is styled to look like an SUV, with a long, square nose, exposed C-pillars, and heavy-duty roof rails.It is a minivan, however, with the valuable virtues of sliding side doors and comfortable seating for seven.

The Relay's cabin is clean and contemporary, and some neat features are available.OnStar is standard.A new integrated navigation system is available.A rear-seat DVD entertainment system comes standard, and the available PhatNoise entertainment system can play video games, digital music and movies through the vehicle's existing sound system.It's pretty Phat.

The Relay gets down the highway well, and the driver enjoys a commanding view of the road.It's smooth and quiet and the steering is light and easy.Brakes are powerful and easy to modulate for smooth stops.The standard 201-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 is relatively smooth and quiet, if not particularly muscular.A new 235-horsepower, 3.9-liter V6 engine is optional on 2006 models.

All-wheel drive is available, and GM's Versatrak provides excellent traction and stability for wintry driving.

The Saturn Relay was launched as a 2005 model.For 2006, it gets more safety features and more entertainment features.Side-impact airbags are now available on selected models for improved crash protection.Relay received a five-star safety rating in the federal government's frontal crash tests and, although it does not offer side curtain airbags, it earned a five-star rating for rear-seat passengers and a four-star rating for front seat passengers in the government's side-impact tests.In the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's 40-mph offset-impact test, Relay rated good.

Saturn dealers are renowned for their attention to customer service, and the Relay is priced aggressively against its competition.
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2006 Relay Overview

The Saturn Relay is styled to look like an SUV, with a long, square nose, exposed C-pillars, and heavy-duty roof rails.It is a minivan, however, with the valuable virtues of sliding side doors and comfortable seating for seven.

The Relay's cabin is clean and contemporary, and some neat features are available.OnStar is standard.A new integrated navigation system is available.A rear-seat DVD entertainment system comes standard, and the available PhatNoise entertainment system can play video games, digital music and movies through the vehicle's existing sound system.It's pretty Phat.

The Relay gets down the highway well, and the driver enjoys a commanding view of the road.It's smooth and quiet and the steering is light and easy.Brakes are powerful and easy to modulate for smooth stops.The standard 201-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 is relatively smooth and quiet, if not particularly muscular.A new 235-horsepower, 3.9-liter V6 engine is optional on 2006 models.

All-wheel drive is available, and GM's Versatrak provides excellent traction and stability for wintry driving.

The Saturn Relay was launched as a 2005 model.For 2006, it gets more safety features and more entertainment features.Side-impact airbags are now available on selected models for improved crash protection.Relay received a five-star safety rating in the federal government's frontal crash tests and, although it does not offer side curtain airbags, it earned a five-star rating for rear-seat passengers and a four-star rating for front seat passengers in the government's side-impact tests.In the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's 40-mph offset-impact test, Relay rated good.

Saturn dealers are renowned for their attention to customer service, and the Relay is priced aggressively against its competition.Hide Full Review