Saturn was a brand of General Motors chosen to be sold or shut down following the automaker's emergence from bankruptcy in July 2009. The brand was ultimately shut down after a sale to the Penske Automotive Group fell through. Started in 1985, the very first Saturn automobile was sold in 1990. The brand operated outside of the existing GM structure at the time with its own assembly plant and dealer network. A selling strategy of "no-haggle" pricing and remarkable customer service earned the brand a loyal following early on.

2009 Saturn Astra
MSRP: $17,045 - $19,545
2009 Saturn Aura
MSRP: $22,655 - $27,250
2009 Saturn Aura Hybrid
MSRP: $26,325 - $26,325
2009 Saturn OUTLOOK
MSRP: $30,625 - $36,450
2009 Saturn Sky
MSRP: $27,595 - $33,680
Guess when this Saturn will fall through the ice, win $1,000

The Rotary Club in Iron Mountain, MI, is reviving a fundraiser of betting on when a Saturn falls into a frozen lake. The person with the nearest time wins $1,000.
Woman Cleared In Fatal Car Wreck After GM Letter

General Motors has received 225 death claims and 1,955 injury claims tied to the ignition switch recall since August

A Texas judge cleared a woman Monday for a car accident that killed her fiance in 2004, after General Motors acknowledged that her car would have been among millions being recalled for a problem that may have contributed to the death.
GM nixes fleet-only Chevy Captiva Sport

Well, guys, it looks like Saturn is finally dead in the United States once and for all. According to Automotive News, Chevrolet has discontinued production of its fleet-only Captiva Sport – a rebadged Saturn Vue – after three years on the market. The very last US-spec Captiva Sport was built in Mexico in August. GM will still produce the vehicle for sale in the Mexican market, as well as for export.

For Sale

2008 Saturn Sky
$15,983 / 20,665 miles / VA
2001 Saturn S-Series
$5,997 / 96,338 miles / PA
2008 Saturn VUE
/ 116,140 miles / MD