General Motors launches a new division called Saturn, billed as "a different kind of car company." Intended to attract import economy car buyers, Saturn is the first automaker to use no-haggle pricing at its dealerships. The first cars to take the Saturn name will be the S-Series economy sedan and coupe. Sedans will be sold in SL, SL1, SL2 versions, while the coupe will be offered in a single SC trim level. The SL and SL1 are powered by a weak 85-horsepower four-cylinder and have black bumpers. The SL2 and SC do much better, as they get a twin-cam version of that engine good for 124 hp and have body-color bumpers. A five-speed manual transmission is standard on all models; a four-speed automatic and ABS are optional. All S-Series cars have polymer door and quarter panels, sparing them from dents and rust.
Read what other owners think about the Used 1991 Saturn S-Series.
The thing has a govener: cuts the fun off at 104 MPH; it could go faster
open the door or roll down the window, water comes in from the roof.
The catalitic converter destructs about 5-6 years from purchase
I had problem with the master clutch cylinder
The seat destructs after about 7 years.
4.63 out of 5 stars
Quick Little Munchkin alot of Bang for the Buck!
SC 2dr Coupe
I have had every car from Hondas to Corvettes and The Saturn SC-2 is jammed packed with alot of performance for a 1.9 ltr. I have taken this car to the limit from straight on runs and throught the twisties and this car performs like a champ!
It will take out most V6 camaros and V6 Mustangs of the same era like there standing still in a drag race, and from about 70 to 100 mph it will leave another newer tech car in its class in the dust. With a little tweeking such as a decent performance muffler and a simple added Performance chip, a K&N cold air intake or any other, it really gives this car some serious power for a car in its class. + 90 degree angle corners without a squeel from the tires
4.5 out of 5 stars
Good for a cheap little car
SL1 4dr Sedan
I have really enjoyed my little Saturn. I bought it with 200,000 miles on it and 5,000 miles later, it still runs strong. I used to have a 1992 Pontiac Sunbird, and this is tons better then the Pontiac was. It was definitely worth the $650 that I payed for it.
4.75 out of 5 stars
Why cant the new saturns be like the old
SL1 4dr Sedan
when i got this car from my parents it
had 89K now has over 150K. I still keep
it around as a second car. Although old
was a great car and still is. Only
major problem was that alternator went
out and it burns oil on hard
accelerations. Great car
The Used 1991 Saturn S-Series is offered in the following submodels: S-Series Sedan, S-Series Coupe. Available styles include SL1 4dr Sedan, SL 4dr Sedan, SC 2dr Coupe, and SL2 4dr Sedan.
Pre-owned Saturn S-Series models are available with a 1.9 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 122 hp, depending on engine type.
The Used 1991 Saturn S-Series comes with front wheel drive.
Available transmissions include: 5-speed manual.
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