1999 Saturn S-Series Consumer Review: Best-Quality American-Made Car
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1999 Saturn S-Series - Consumer Review

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SC1 Coupe (1.9L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual)

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Best-Quality American-Made Car of the Late '90s!
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1999 Saturn S-Series SC1 2dr Coupe

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I bought my 1999 Saturn SL1 -- used -- in September 2002. It had just over 31,000 miles on it at the time. Nearly nine years and over 186,000 miles later, I won't part with it until it finally dies -- or I die, whichever comes first. Even today, with more than 217,000 miles on it, my Saturn still runs very smoothly. And aside from the usual parts replacements you'd expect to have as your car ages (brake pads, battery, shocks & struts, spark plugs and, of course, tires), it has never had a major mechanical failure. As far as I'm concerned, the 1999-2002 Saturn SL1 and SL2 were the best-quality cars that Saturn's Spring Hill, Tennessee plant ever produced.
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