Saturn SL Models and SL History

Saturn, a division of the General Motors Corporation, made a name for itself as the company that doesn’t "haggle" on prices. The price you see is the price you get. The brand was established to provide an affordable American entry-level car to compete against the compact Japanese imports in the mid 80s.

New and Used SL Prices, Saturn SL Model Years and History

The 2002 Saturn SL is a compact, five-passenger sedan available in three trims; the SL, SL1 and SL2.
Rated at 40 mpg on the highway, the 2001 Saturn SL is a compact five-passenger sedan available in three nicely equipped trims.
The 2000 Saturn SL is an affordable and efficient five-passenger sedan that is smaller than the new LS but achieves a greater fuel economy rating.
The 1999 Saturn SL is a compact, five-passenger sedan available in three fuel-efficient and affordable trims; the SL, SL1, and the SL2.
The 1998 Saturn SL is a compact, five-passenger sedan which is available in three fuel-efficient and affordable trims; the SL, SL1, and the SL2, all of which are capable of nearly 40 mpg.