I enjoy driving Savanna, as she has good pick up when needed, and a smooth ride. I feel safe with dual airbags and her responsiveness. She's given me few problems. With regular servicing, anything needing correction usually surfaces. The storage area makes loading and unloading easy. Too bad wagons have been dropped from production.
Roomy storage, fold down and tilt seating, radio/cassette/CD player
The car could be a bit higher off the ground to afford easier access. Design a place for a handbag near the driver. Keep working on steering wheel lock-up.
The Saturn is a transportation device,
no more, no less. Mine has presented
no out-of-the-ordinary problems, and so
has been a good experience in that
regard, but it is dishwater dull in
character. Complaints? The front
seats are too low, you "fall" into the
car and have to climb out. Praise?
It's a handy small wagon, which is a
dying breed and why I selected it.
It's a nice small wagon, a type of car
that is not common these days.
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