About Saturn SW2
Between the years 1993 and 2001, Saturn produced the SW2 automobile. It belongs to the S-series. The Saturn S-series is a line of tiny automobiles that are manufactured by the Saturn automotive manufacturer, which is a subsidiary of General Motors. The models implement a "no-haggle" sales policy company-wide. The Sport Coupe (SC) and the Sedan Level (SL) were the first vehicles in the S-series lineup. The SW models, available in both SW1 and SW2 iterations, were added to the SL and SC families of vehicles. A tiny station wagon, the Saturn SW2 was powered by a 1.9-liter DOHC engine that produced 124 horsepower. This resulted in 24 miles per gallon on city streets.
The SW2 models are available with either an MP3 manual or an MP7 automatic gearbox. The SOHC can improve efficiency, while the gear ratios on the DOHC are shorter and tighter to increase capacity. In addition to the motor and transmission, the models have parts like 15-inch wheels instead of 14, larger tires, EVO steering, suspension, disc brakes, and a number of useful parts, such as power locks, power windows, rear radiator, and sunroof.
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The 1993 SW2 had the same doors as the sedan, but the bodywork and roof behind the C-pillar were different. Both cars had completely rebuilt bodies. The interior parts were virtually identical to the first-generation cars, but mechanically they were virtually unchanged. The redesigned second-generation Saturn SW2 was introduced in 1995 for the 1996 model year. As part of the redesign, which began with the 1999 model, the model received parts like a small clamshell door on the driver's side for easier access to the rear seat. This type of door was already used on extended platform trucks but was new for this body style.
Parts like the dashboard and steering wheel in the SW2 models will be completely new. The rest of the interior will be mostly the same. The vehicle comes with a storage compartment in the center console that can be taken out. The SW2's transmission and engine are controlled by the unique PCM system. The BCM system is the only thing that controls the odometer and digital speedometer in a car.