The SW2 is tops. It gives me 32 mpg,
and my 30,000 mile maintenance
intervals cost me only $38 in parts --
I do it myself. Why can't ALL of the
car makers put the automatic
transmission filter in the engine
compartment? Screw the old on eoff,
screw a new one on! Neat styling too!
I've had many cars, and the only one
I've liked more than my Saturn SW2c in
my 29 years of driving was my 1972
Sits low, tracks wide, gets great
mileage, and the K&N air filter and
removal of the resonator goosed the
power AND the gas mileage!
Well, the car has been discontinued.
But a 6 cylinder engine would make it a
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