Saturn L Series owners manuals
- Engine Cooling
- Fuel System
- Electrical System
- The quality not up to class standards
- Traditional design
- Absence of authorized service and repair history
The Saturn L series is a range of cars, sedans, and station wagons that were produced by Saturn Corporation.
Weak sales of the L-series automobiles made GM remove the series for 2005. The original L-series vehicle was made in 1999, and the last one in 2004, after a slight run of 2005 models. Over 400k L-series vehicles were made in this period.
The follower for the L series, the Saturn Aura, appeared in 2006 for the 2007 model-year. The Aura was constructed on the Epsilon platform, a platform shared by the Chevrolet Malibu and Pontiac G6.
The Saturn L comes as base L100, midlevel L200, or top-line L300 sedans, fully equipped LW200 or upmarket LW300 wagons. A pair of engines are available: a 2.2-liter rated at 135-horsepower and a 3.0-liter with 182-horsepower. A five-speed manual transmission is standard on L100, L200, and LW200 while a four-speed automatic transmission is optional. The V6 is possible only for the L300 and LW300 and must be paired to an auto box.
Saturn L Series known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Saturn L Series are: