Used 2000 Saturn L-Series Wagon Consumer Reviews
We were looking a functional, reliable wagon and Saturn gave us one. The car has worked well for us over the last 115,000 miles and has required about $1,500 of unschedule repairs over the last 50,000 miles. For the last four years the car has been used to assist in various household projects that other folks would use their F150 truck for: hauling flagstone, sand, crushed rock, sheetrock and plywood. It has given us no problems at all. We driven it on trips to northern Quebec with mountain bikes on the roof and it runs great at highway speeds with enough power to pass on hills. It corners very well for a wagon and the paint after eight years still looks fine.
Power and economy is a good balance, keeps up with most vehicles, gets 25 to 28 mpg in all types of driving, is fun to drive on long trips. Would like it better if seats folded flat and roof rack had horizontal bars on roof. Lost an oil seal where oil filter goes at 85000 miles, if I didn't see it in my driveway I could have lost an engine.
i would recommend this car because you can actually switch the engine to a v6, i have this car and when i switched engines the car was so fast and the life of the car was extended and the engine costed 600$, the 2000 Saturn Lw1 is the best car i have ever had, bbbuuutt the problem is that there is no parts for Saturn vehicles anymore I hate it when they discontinue a company. This is Ezekiel and im 16 years old. p.s. the car costed about 1,400 and i didnt bought it from edmund
The car and steering wheel shake and vibrate between 75-80 mph. Side panels were dented and unable to be pushed back out since they're "dent resistent." Otherwise I like the car. Would like power sunroof to be an option. It would make my family vehicle feel more adventurous. Traction control works great in rainy/snowy weather.