Saturn: Subsidiary of General Motors

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Saturn is one of the Japanese brands under General Motors. It has been in business for more than 30 years and manufactures various businesses.

The Saturn Corporation is an automotive brand and also a trademark of General Motors. The company believes that it is different than others and also markets itself that way. Saturn has a production plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee, which provides various unique models, and the company has been in business for more than 30 years.

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A Brief History

The Corporation was founded in 1985 and it was liquidated in 2010. Saturn was founded as a private employee-owned company and they remained this way until bought by General Motors. In the mid-1980s a concept car was released, and the car was planned to be released under one of the other brands of General Motors, which were the Buick, Cadillac, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet. However the corporation changed their mind and introduced the car under its own brand. Production for the vehicle started in 1990 and the Saturn SW was later added in 1993.

The S-series was very successful and in 1993, the company celebrated their 500,000 car produced. In 1995 they manufactured their one-millionth car and the dealership also distributed the electric GMV. The company celebrated its two millionth car in 1999 and then also began production on the next series.

In 2002 Saturn unveiled a crossover SUV as well as a replacement for the current series. The Sky Roadster was introduced in 2006 and the other midsize sedans could be seen in dealerships in 2007.

In 2009, General Motors declared that it had an intent to part with a brand by selling the division. At the end of 2009, all 46 of the dealerships were closed in Canada.

Popular Saturn Models

Some of the earlier models of a certain brand was the S-series. They were produced until 2002 and were made in three generations. The company also manufactured the L Series, which is a midsize car that shared the platform with the Opel Vectra. The two final models were launched in 2007.

The company has won various awards, including the silver Anvil. It also received the Design and Engineering award from Popular Mechanics for their great manufacturing processes. In 2007 the order claim to the North American Car of the Year. Finally, in 2008, Saturn received the award for best family car 2008 by Edmunds.com.

Saturn is a mid-level brand that strikes the perfect balance between affordability and performance. Although discontinued, Saturn cars remain reliable and ideal for anyone looking for a reliable, mid-size car.