by Andrew2045 on Jul 9, 2010 Vehicle: 1994 Saturn S-Series SC2 2dr Coupe
I've had my 94 SC2 for almost three years now. I couldn't tell you how many owners its had but I do know that whoever owned it last didn't maintain it very well. When I bought it I had to have both front wheel bearings replaced. Last year we redid the low side of the motor due to a blown oil seal. All of that's fixed as well as a newer transmission. Despite all the work I've put into my Saturn, I love the car. I will definitely buy another one.
by Bethany on Feb 18, 2010 Vehicle: 1994 Saturn S-Series SC2 2dr Coupe
Bought my '94 SC2 in 2000. It already had over 80k, and since then I've put a lot of hard miles on it. The odometer broke about 7 years ago. My best estimate is now 200-250k. With occasional repairs (clutch, alternator, starter, radiator), it's gone through ten years of abuse. I've gone way too long between oil changes, ignored warning lights for months, driven it on loose Florida sand and through mud, planted it nose-first in a ditch, and otherwise subjected it to youthful stupidity. It still looks great. It still runs. It still gets good mileage. But, sadly, it needs an expensive new timing chain, so I'm donating it to charity. Maybe someone else can still get some use out of it.
Saturn makes minimal changes for 1994. The air conditioning system now uses CFC-free refrigerant, and the automatic transmission has been recalibrated to provide smoother, quieter shifts. A new alloy wheel design is available on the SC1, SL2 and SW2.