The Saturn brand, which was part of General Motors, has been discontinued as of the 2009 model year.
Though popular in its early years, Saturn suffered from poor sales and was shuttered as part of GM’s bankruptcy reorganization.
Why did they stop making Saturn’s?
General Motors halted production of its Saturn brand in October, 2009 after a deal to sell to Penske Automotive Group failed. Saturn, with a vehicle line that included mostly small to mid-size cars, had been around since 1985.
Are Saturn cars still being manufactured?
With the government bailout of GM, only four brands were allowed to be kept. Buick, Cadillac, GMC, and Chevrolet made the cut while GM phased out Pontiac, Hummer, and Saturn. So to answer your question, no, they no longer make Saturns.
Are Saturn good cars?
The most dependable car can be a terrible, unreliable car if it’s been treated badly and maintained poorly. For the most part, Saturn vehicles were good, reliable cars.
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