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Saturn S-Series Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 1.9 L Inline 4-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 5-speed Manual
  • Horse Power 85 hp @ 5000 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 24/34 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

Review of the 1994 Saturn S-Series

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  • What's New for 1994

    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.

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Customer Reviews

  Average Consumer Rating (47 total reviews)


17 years, 92,000 miles &

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Vehicle: 1993 Saturn S-Series

My first brand new car purchase 17 years ago, so I got to pick all the features I wanted. I would still be driving this car but my husband and son don't fit in in comfortably kids do grow up and get tall. So sad to see it go, I bet it would last another 92,000 miles. My mechanic bought it because it's a great car (and I took care of it). Anyway, had to replace the alternator, the odometer cluster, brakes and tires. But not bad for 17 years. Interior was in beautiful shape too (cloth), they knew how to build cars then, wish they would put those great big windows in today's cars, they were a lot easy to see out of the rear view mirror. Happy driving, I'll never forget that car!



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Drove until the wheels fell

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Vehicle: 1993 Saturn S-Series

Bought car new in 1993. I am finally going to put this car to rest on its 17th Birthday. It has been aweome. It currently has 527K miles on the originally engine. I got the 5 speed std and have replaced the clutch once at almost 300K miles (Wierd). I drive lots of miles but mostly freeway. I have performed standard maintenance on the car from day one. I changed oil every 5 or 6K but I have used only synthetics. 17 yrs major repairs are 2 timing chains, three upper engine mounts, one fuel pump, two catalytic converters, mufflers, two wheel hubs,front seat and one AC sys conversion. She Needs valve job (Repair Cost 1700, bought the car for 12K) last car payment 12/1996. Outlasted 6 other cars.




Great old car

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Vehicle: 1993 Saturn S-Series

I got my 1993 Saturn SL1 3 years ago when I was 16. The car had 188,000 miles on it. And it ran great. It got upwards of 32 MPG highway. Know my car has almost 229,000 mile and still runs great. And even know that I live in the city I get 25 MPG (city mileage of course). so overall a great start out car. Very reliable and fun to drive




Best old used car i've

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Vehicle: 1993 Saturn S-Series

I bought my SL2 w/ 71000 miles on it. It ran really well for a long time and was very reliable but then as it got older it started leaking oil (around 100K miles), the motorized seatbelts stopped working which made it tough to get it inspected, some of the interior in the car cracked, and if it got too cold outside (now I live in VA where we have just a few truly cold days a winter) it wouldn't start. It was good on gas, and even though it was a 4 cyl it still had pretty good power to it. I eventually just traded it in because it was just so old and it had a lot of minor problems and I got tired of paying to fix and tweak all these little things on it.




It's an ok car

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Vehicle: 1993 Saturn S-Series

My Mom got me this car back in '95 when I was a sophomore in college and despite the minor downfalls I have had with it (brakes, transmission, tires), at about 102,000 miles it is still serving me well.




The american toyota by gm

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Vehicle: 1993 Saturn S-Series

Exceptional vehicle, ahead of his time in design, reliability, parts costs, ease to work etc.



Full 1994 Saturn S-Series Review

What's New for 1994

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.

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Gas Mileage

EPA-Rated MPG

  • 24
  • cty
/
  • 34
  • highway
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