The Saturn Corporation was established in 1985 and is a subsidiary of General Motors (GM). Despite Saturn’s original mission to focus on the production of small cars, the company’s plans were broadened to accommodate numerous body types when GM bought the brand in the mid ‘80s. Under GM, Saturn released a number of models including the Outlook, SL and SC1. The Saturn SC and SL were the first models released by the company in the 1990s and introduced their first crossover SUV model in 2002.
The S-series cars were made up of compact sedans and coupes, while the L-series consisted of mid-sized sedans and station wagons. The company also unveiled various concept cars between 1984 and 2009. Saturn received numerous awards between 1991 and 2008, including Technology of the Year from Automobile Magazine, and North American Car of the Year. If you want to handle your own engine repairs and services, take a look at our extensive Saturn repair manual range. Our manuals contain all the technical information and step-by-step guides you need to undergo everything from routine maintenance to full body repairs.