Do you need power windows? No. Do you need cruise control? You do not. Do you need a rear windshield wiper? Also, no. But I have figured out what you do need.
Get out there today and make the most of what you have and who you are—just like the Saturn Vue Red Line did!
I hate to have to give up my Jalop-card, but I can’t keep this secret any longer: before I bought my second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh Jeeps, there was another vehicle. One that I actually cared about quite a bit, but that I’ve remained rather secretive about over the years: a 2005 Saturn Vue.
I feel like I’ve been picking on Saturn pretty hard for these Meh cars—it was only a couple months ago we featured the deliriously bland Saturn L-Series—but I just can’t deny Saturn’s unnatural skills at making really, really boring-ass cars. Besides, what’s going to happen? Is Saturn’s PR department gonna call me and…
Want to make a car enthusiast freeze up for a good 20-30 seconds? Ask them to picture a Saturn L-Series. Most gearheads will cock their heads up and to the side, narrowing their eyes as they try to call the image into their minds. If you look carefully, you can sometimes see rainbow spinning beach balls where their…
The theory of Tuff Trucks is pretty simple. Lay out a torture test on a dirt course, complete with hills and jumps, and let just about anything run the track. A lot of the time you get incredibly hardcore trucks that look like they could run the Baja. But sometimes, you get crap like this Saturn. And it’s amazing.
Just remember: if General Motors executives can make the Saturn Sky happen, you can get through this week. Never give up on your dreams!
The Cassini spacecraft has been studying Saturn and her moons for nearly 20 years, and is now finally running out of fuel. The Cassini mission is set to end this September, but not without a big finale. It’s a Grand Finale, even, and it’s going to end with Cassini plunging into Saturn’s atmosphere. Before that though,…
“The American automobile industry is back,” the Gipper pronounced after not only seeing but actually driving the first working prototype of Saturn all the way back in 1984. It’s a little illustration of the failure of GM’s next great hope that wasn’t.
Over the weekend, an ad popped up on Craigslist, as they often do, of a man looking to sell his Saturn. That in itself isn’t terribly remarkable. It’s the scene that he’s leaving behind that piqued my interest.
I like to think of cars in terms of how long it’ll take for it to be cool to show up to a Cars and Coffee with one. For instance, a brand new $65,000 BMW 5-Series is a fine car but boring and would be out of place. A 1971 Ford Pinto, which is a terrible car, would be welcomed by enthusiasts because they’re rare and…
Here is how the mail was delivered in the 1990s. It was a better time.
Sitting on the floor of the 2000 Los Angeles Auto Show was Saturn’s very first concept car—a rational, promising future that reality stood no chance of living up to.
For the few remaining people who haven’t decided to buy an Amphicar, there’s a few rules to be followed when driving through an area undergoing flooding. Actually, there’s one rule: don’t drive into any puddles that look like lakes. This Saturn driver somehow didn’t seem to understand that idea.
If you’re like me and constantly wonder what cool things are happening out in space, you now have the chance to catch up on the past 11 years of goings on nearby Saturn. That’s right—11 years of imagery from Saturn and its moons.
For nearly 20 years, Saturn cranked out some of the world’s... cars, until it fell victim to the Carpocalypse and finally closed up shop for good. You might think that most people are over Saturn’s demise these days, but one Florida car dealer has a pending lawsuit against General Motors’ auditing firm claiming they…
[File this under 'things I didn't know existed' — Saturn once built a concept car with a gated manual shifter. That was back in '04 with the rear-drive Curve, penned by a former Saab designer. Photo Credit: GM]
In a few years, when those new Star Wars movies come out, I'm looking forward to taking my son. Because I want to hear his conversations with his friends as he tells them he's been to R2-D2s house. In Irvine. Nice place, very clean. Where he lives with another droid, and drives in a cleverly modded Honda Element.
See that, you philistine? That's "art" you see up there. And one of you should buy it for me for the low, low price of $50,000. Because I work hard and I deserve it.
Matchbox 20. Snood. Geocities. Angel Fire. The late 1990s and early 2000s are something that a lot of us look back on semi-fondly. And if you could encase all of that nostalgia in a car, it would be the plastic bodied Saturn L-Series.