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Saturn was a subsidiary of General Motors, manufactured until 2010. Saturn was known for fuel-efficient family vehicles that were simple to own on a mid-range budget. In fact, Saturn was built with simplicity in mind. Following the 2008 recession, GM decided to discontinue production of Saturn automobiles in 2009. 

If you own Saturn, then you need not worry about keeping your vehicle up and running anytime. Because you can get easily replaced, and repair faulty parts without any hassle with 50 States Auto Parts. Get used auto parts, and car parts of all brands anytime with 20% off on every order and free shipment.


To manufacture much cheaper, higher-quality vehicles GM motors started Saturn Brand to compete with Toyota, Honda, and Datsun (later Nissan) from Japan. In 1982, GM began planning the company “Saturn”, named after the rocket that transported astronauts to the moon.

The first prototype Saturn vehicle was introduced in 1984, but it wasn’t until 1990 that a production model was made available. During the intervening years, GM formally established the Saturn Car Corporation and began negotiating a labor agreement with the UAW in order to gain concessions that would allow Saturn to exist.

The first Production line came out in July 1990 when sedan and coupe versions of the 1991 S-Series were produced. This S-Series line has won numerous awards and represents a range of compact cars powered by a 1.9-liter four-cylinder engine combined with a five-speed automatic or four-speed manual transmission.

GM decided to discontinue the Saturn brand after losing tens of billions of dollars and facing bankruptcy during 2008’s Great Depression. Later, GM Chairman Rick Wagoner testified before a congressional banking committee seeking a federal bailout. Wagoner stated, that the company would focus on its four main brands: Cadillac, Buick, GMC, and Chevrolet, while others are being discontinued or sold. As for Saturn, Wagoner said the company was “exploring” “alternatives” for its younger brand.

Are Saturn Auto Parts are Costly to Fix/Expensive?

While Saturn’s have never been expensive, even its user preferred having very low repair bills. Common problems cited by drivers include power steering failures and problems with brake fluid, ABS, and cooling systems. Saturns are most likely to need additional maintenance, if so it costs around or within $100. Saturn cars have an average annual maintenance cost of $600, which is about average maintenance costs.

 Unless you have a major part failure like engine, transmissions, ABS, etc., you need not worry about major expenses in servicing your Saturn. Saturn comes in the top position in terms of mid-range budget and user-friendly automobile brands. As the parts of Saturn are durable you need not worry about expensive repairs and replacements. If your car is out of warranty then you can save your money by opting for used Saturn parts with 50 States Auto Parts.

Quality Used Saturn Parts:

  • Saturn Engines: Saturn motors are among the most durable and long-lasting on the road today, as expected from one of the most dependable brands. One recurring issue with Saturn engines is that they use a lot of oil, sometimes necessitating the use of extra oil in between services. 
  • Popular Selling Saturn Engines:
    • Used Rocketdyne F-1 Engine
    • Used Saturn AL-31 Engine
    • Used Saturn AL-41 Engine
    • Used Saturn AL-55Engine
    • Used Saturn NPO Saturn AL-552009 engine 
  • Saturn Transmission: Saturn transmissions are designed to last. While CVT transmissions do not last as long as traditional automatic transmissions, they are still well-built and considered some of the best in the industry. 

Transmissions can last 300,000 miles or more with proper care & maintenance. Fluid changes, transmission inspections, and band adjustments regularly can save you thousands of dollars in the event of a transmission failure. The first symptom is usually a rough ride, with bucking and jerking, particularly at higher speeds.

  • Popular Selling Saturn Transmission:
    • Used 2003 Envoy Transmission
    • Used 2004 Envoy Transmission
    • Used 2007 Canyon Transmission

Get a Quote for Other Used Saturn Auto Parts Model:

    • Saturn Astra
    • Saturn Aura
    • Saturn Ion
    • Saturn L Series
    • Saturn Outlook
    • Saturn Relay
    • Saturn S Series
    • Saturn Sky
    • Saturn Vue

Where to Buy Used Saturn Parts Near Me?

“50 States Auto Parts” is the largest seller of Used Auto Parts across the US and Canada. Now you can get your Used Saturn Parts like Saturn Engine, Saturn Transmission, and others at a much-discounted rate than any other dealer. Our inventory is having Used Saturn Parts for almost all makes and models with free shipping across the US and Canada. All our Used Saturn Auto Parts are efficient and as new as newer ones and come with a standard warranty for 90 days as well as extended warranties, ensuring complete protection.

Our expert team will help you to get the best quality Used Saturn all models of Used Saturn Engine, Used Saturn Transmission, Used Saturn ABS, and others, which are undergone QC by our expert team before shipment  

Our hassle-free service will help you get the Used Saturn Parts within 3 to 5 days to your Doorstep. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you can claim a refund or replace your item within the given time frame.

Visit our official Website for any other used auto part requirements. Our experts will help you to keep your vehicle up and out running at its peak. Kindly contact us or fill out the form to schedule an appointment, and we will have you driving away happy and stress-free. If you have any doubts, call our toll-free number +1 888-262-0001.

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