About Saturn LS
Saturn LS is a basic model of the Saturn L series that started in 1999 and was mostly produced in 2000. The vehicle was renamed L100 for the 2001 model year. Based on the GM platform, or more precisely, the GM2900, it is assembled in Wilmington, Delaware, United States, at a plant called Wilmington Assembly. Normally, the model is classified as a mid-size family sedan with four doors and front-wheel drive and is equipped with a transverse front gasoline engine, a 2.2L I4, or a 3.3L V6. Come and see our pats, they are from the original industry. Those parts can help your vehicle work in a good condition, as well as extend your car life.
There are three trim levels of the Saturn LS, including the base, the LS1 and the LS2. There's a wagon version available as well, but offered to the base trim. The differences in equipment and parts separate the base from the LS1 level. However, both versions use GM's all-new 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine, and the LS2 edition comes with a 3.0-liter V6 engine. According to the test, the car has the output of 137hp and could accelerate from 0 to 60mph in 8.7 seconds.
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In 2002, though the Saturn LS had already been renamed, it still received some improvements including side curtain airbags became standard. It was discontinued in the same year, but it returned in a facelift in 2003, along with the replacement of the wood trim with the silver dash trim. Also, an alloy wheel was offered and the anti-lock brakes returned as an option. For customers, those who consider it a worthy vehicle claimed that the Saturn LS was "a highly competitive mid-size family car offered at a perfectly reasonable price and sold in an environment that usually respects buyers' dignity, time, and common sense.", while for the complaints, people demonstrated the failure of the engine, as well as the chain, and the tire noise was sometimes too loud.
As for the dimensions, the 2000 Saturn LS was 190.4 inches in length and 56.4 inches in height. The passenger capacity was 5 seats, and the cargo capacity is designed as 17.5 cubic feet. Front-wheel-drive is offered as standard. As for the brakes, Power front discs and rear drums was equipped on the lower trim levels, while the power four-wheel discs edition was given to the LS2 model, as well as anti-locks offered for option. It is commented that the Saturn is a highly competitive mid-size family car and was sold in a reasonable price.