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Great Saturn by Saturn From PA on 05/06/2011. Trim: 2000 Saturn SW2, Owned 1 year.
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Pros: Love the car and know the reliability of Saturn. Great steering. Much better then previous years of Saturns. 130,000 miles and been ridiculously reliable.
Cons: The automatic window for the driver side, the auto down feature keeps failing! The rear cargo area in the wagon seems a little smaller than sedan and coupe versions. Those are the only two cons i have!
Overall review: Great car, even better if you take care of it! If you need full size wagon, i wouldn't recommend. This is a compact sedan wagon. Its basically a hatch back sedan.
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2000 Saturn SW2 by copper_45 on 01/06/2005. Trim: 2000 Saturn SW2, Owned 5 years.
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Pros: The 2000 SW2 is a well thought out compact station wagon that provides yet another option for the small family. The enterior of the vehicle is ergonomic with alot of thought for the ocupants of the vehicle.
Cons: As always, when dealing with Saturn if you want options get out your check book. The base model is poorly equiped with options in comparison to othe companies. Also the steering on this model is pehaps a lille too resposive.
Overall review: Overall a clean compact wagon with smooth acceleation and good breaking. The makers of Saturn should look at adding some more features to their base vehicles in order to stay competitive in a tough market.
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happy saturn owner by good car from boise on 07/14/2002. Trim: 2000 Saturn SW2, Owned 2 years.
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Pros: I love this car.
Cons: the larger than usual dashboard absorbs heat from the windshield and in summer months it really heats up the car
Overall review: great car
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Saturns Wagon, Family Dog, No Fleas by Slick from Kendall Park, N.J. on 05/29/2002. Trim: 2000 Saturn SW2, Owned 2 years.
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Pros: The classic family dog with a twist, no fleas! This car gets you where you want to go, does not drive like a mini-van and does not eat gas like an SUV. Even with the four cylander engine it is quick, it easily handles at highway speeds and can get out of it's own way. After driving this and another earlier Saturn wagon I'd never consider a van or "mini - truck"
Cons: It is not powered by hybride engine !
Overall review: Love the wagon, except that it is powered by a gasoline engine, with no hybrid offered by Saturn , too bad. Great car , I would reccomend it to any one.
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Mixed feelings by Joseph from Ellicott City, MD on 12/18/2001. Trim: 2000 Saturn SW2, Owned 2 years.
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Pros: Solid wagon style car and seems backed by a first rate dealer organization. Good durable finish outside and nice interior. Seems easy on tires, but that may be the qualiity of the Firestone (of all things) tires. Ride/handling quality is first rate.
Cons: I was led to believe that this car would go 200,000 miles. It will if you will accept the idea of a complete engine rebuild at 95,000 miles. Every owner (at least 50) I have talked to had the same problem with Saturn: the engine burns oil at an unacceptable level as it approaches the 100,000 mile mark. Owner has to either rebuld the engine at about $2800 (as I did) or get rid of it (as my son did). I hope that Saturn is listening. I now have 145,000 miles and problem seems to have been "solved". But my second hand '85 Chevette did better than that.
Overall review: If I could be assured that the oil burning problem has been corrected, I would get another Saturn even though they have discontinued the smaller wagon. It is a difficult car to like and hate as it is comfortable to ride (much more than my Honda) but the oil comsumption problem is a big negative.
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