If you’re in the market for a used Saturn but apprehensive about buying out without a warranty, General Motors has you covered.
According to Cars.com, “2005-2010 model year [Saturn] vehicles will survive as GM Certified Used Vehicles and will remain available for purchase at GM dealers for the foreseeable future.” After GM killed the Saturn brand last year, it wasn’t clear weather they would continue to sell previous models as part of the GM Certified Used Vehicles lineup.
Like other GM-certified vehicles, the Saturns will feature a 12-month/12,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty. “To sweeten the deal, GM is also throwing in a 100,000-mile/five-year fully transferable powertrain limited warranty, a free vehicle history report, 24-hour roadside assistance, a three-day/150-mile customer satisfaction guarantee and a three-month trial subscription to both OnStar and XM Satellite Radio,” adds Motor Trend.
To find a GM-certified Saturn, visit www.gmcertified.com -- “the industry's largest available certified pre-owned inventory, with 45,000-plus vehicles in inventory,” according to GM. Already own a Saturn? GM is offering current Saturn owners up to $2,000 in incentives if their next car is a Chevy, Buick, Caddy or GMC.