Used Saturn L-Series

Saturn L-Series 150

The Saturn L-Series was one of the best of the line among the many series under the Saturn brand, a subsidiary of the prestigious and world renowned car manufacturing company General Motors. It was comprised of medium sized sedans and medium up to large sized wagons. It was first introduced into the market last 2000, with engine varieties of the straight -4 and V6 Saturn made engines.

This Saturn L-Series came with automatic transmission of configuration that can reach the speeds of 4 and 5. It was also available in manual transmission with the same speeds. It has a fuel capacity of 15.7 gallons or roughly 59.4 liters. It sold thousands and even tens of thousands of units from the year 2000 up to its final year last 2005. It was then discontinued, both the wagon type and the sedan type production. Since then it has been the object of affection of car collectors and enthusiasts in the United States as well as the rest of the world.

Estimated Price Range for Used Saturn L-Series: $1,400-$9,000
Estimated MPG for Saturn L-Series: 20 City/29 Hwy
Available Trims: Base, 1 , 2
Below are Pre-Owned Saturn L-Series from Ebay and 4 of the top used-car sites on the web:

2000 Saturn L-Series 2000 Saturn LS 200
2000 Saturn L-Series  2000 Saturn LS 200 $850.00
End Date: Tuesday Dec-12-2017 7:19:59 PST
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Saturn: L-Series LW200 2001 Saturn LW200 Automatic 4-Door Wagon AS-TRADED
Saturn: L-Series LW200 2001 Saturn LW200 Automatic 4-Door Wagon AS-TRADED $1,995.00
End Date: Sunday Dec-31-2017 10:59:33 PST
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2003 Saturn L-Series L-300 Automatic L-300 Automatic 2003 Saturn L300 Sedan Leather Heated Seats Sunroof 6-Disc CD Ve
2003 Saturn L-Series L-300 Automatic L-300 Automatic 2003 Saturn L300 Sedan Leather Heated Seats Sunroof 6-Disc CD Ve $3,995.00
End Date: Friday Dec-8-2017 7:20:11 PST
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