Saturn PDF Sales Brochures

Astra, Aura, Ion, Outlook, Relay, Sky & Vue


Saturn Model Range

2005 Saturn Full Line PDF Brochure (2.9 MB)
2004 Saturn Full Line PDF Brochure (5.0 MB)

Saturn Astra

2009 Saturn Astra PDF Brochure (6.0 MB)
2008 Saturn Astra PDF Brochure (1.6 MB)

Saturn Aura

2009 Saturn Aura PDF Brochure (3.7 MB)
2008 Saturn Aura PDF Brochure (2.3 MB)

Saturn Ion

2003 Saturn Aura PDF Brochure (4.6 MB)

Saturn Outlook

2008 Saturn Outlook PDF Brochure (7.4 MB)

Saturn Relay

2006 Saturn Relay PDF Brochure (2.0 MB)

Saturn Sky

2009 Saturn Sky PDF Brochure (3.5 MB)
2007 Saturn Sky PDF Brochure (1.2 MB)

Saturn Vue

2009 Saturn Vue PDF Brochure (4.5 MB)
2006 Saturn Vue PDF Brochure (1.9 MB)
2003 Saturn Vue PDF Brochure (5.0 MB)

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2009 Saturn Vue PDF Brochure

Saturn History

Saturn Corporation (Saturn) was an American automotive brand started in 1982 in order to design and manufacture small cars. Saturn was incorporated as a subsidiary of General Motors (GM) in 1985.

The first Saturn, an S-Series, came of the assembly line in 1990. This compact car range with a coupe, a sedan and a station wagon, stayed in production until 2002 when it was replaced by the Saturn Ion. The Ion was in production until 2007 when it was replaced by the Saturn Astra. The Astra was a rebadged Opel Astra and sold from 2008-09.

The L-Series, a mid-sized car, were manufactured from 1999-2004 and replaced by Saturn Aura. The Aura was based on the German Opel Vectra and the Aura were produced from 2006-2010.

The Saturn Vue, a compact crossover was sold from 2001-10. The second generation, introduced in 2007 was a rebadged Opel Antara.

Other Saturn models were the Sky, a two-seat roadster produced from 2006-09, the Saturn Relay minivan, a rebadged Buick Terraza/Chevrolet Uplander/Pontiac Montana from 2005-07 and the Saturn Outlook crossover, a rebadged Buick Enclave/Chevrolet Traverse/GMC Acadia.

Saturn was closed down in 2010.

2005 Saturn Vue
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2005 Saturn Full Line PDF Sales Catalog