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The used 1993 Saturn S-Series Sedan is offered in the following styles: SL 4dr Sedan, SL1 4dr Sedan, and SL2 4dr Sedan. Pre-owned S-Series Sedan models are available with a 0-liter gas engine, with output up to 124 hp, depending on engine type. The used 1993 S-Series Sedan comes with front wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 5-speed manual.
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Review I got this car from my grandparents. It's the cheapest model, with a mere 85 hp. I have to say, this car is a perfect example of how mean old economy cars were. It's extremely slow, so slow that I actually feel unsafe in traffic because I can't accelerate quickly in a pinch. It requires a huge amount of gas to shift gears without shaking. It leaks oil (though it doesn't seem to burn it). Fuel economy is around 30 mpg overall, but I'd expect more given how underpowered this car is. The turning radius is very wide at around 38 feet, and power steering doesn't help one bit. At 143k miles, the car feels much older than many higher mileage cars I've owned in the past. The car feels old. Even at just 143k, it is on its last legs. There aren't any big problems, but many small ones.