About Saturn L200
The Saturn L200 was produced between 2000 and 2005 and was a mid-range model of the L series. It has a powerful V6, full power parts, and automatic transmission. It was available as a sedan or wagon and was equipped with ABS brakes, side curtains, and a stability control system. The Saturn L200 was more refined than the base model, with additional chrome. The L series is a line of cars, sedans, and minivans manufactured in Wilmington, Delaware. These cars are sold under the Saturn brand name.
In May of 1999, the first L-series car was manufactured. The series was produced as a collection of sedans and station wagons by the manufacturer. A total of five different models are on offer, including three different sedans as well as two different station wagons. On January 1st, 2001, the first Saturn L200 went on sale in the United States. Although all sedans now come with a three-point seatbelt in the rear center seat, wagons do not yet give this safety feature as standard parts. Emergency handles for trunk opening were offered on sedans starting in the second half of the model year. Only the sedan models of the 2002 model year were made accessible to have side curtain airbags as standard parts.
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In 2003, both the front and the rear airbags in the L200 were upgraded. The L200 got brand new front ends as well as new taillights. In 2003, other innovations included the substitution of a silver instrument panel with wood trim and the introduction of a new design for alloy wheels. Brakes with anti-lock technology and traction control were also available as optional parts.
For those who want everything, the Saturn L200 has plenty of options. A new Sport package adds parts like foglamps, a sunroof, and a rear spoiler, as well as freshly styled 15-inch alloy wheels and 16-inch chrome wheels. Everything in the Sport package is included in the Premium package, as well as parts like an in-dash six-disc changer, automatic climate control, power seats, and a full leather interior. The Saturn L200, unlike other Saturns, has steel quarter panels; nonetheless, engineers were able to accommodate Saturn's distinctive dent-resistant polymer panels for the doors and fenders.