Saturn Relay Models and Relay History

The Relay was the only minivan to be sold by the Saturn brand produced between 2005 and 2007. Conforming with General Motors' attempt to have Saturn recognized as a more mainstream car make, the appearance of the Relay minivan was constructed on the same platform as the Chevrolet Venture. A trademark of Saturn models since the brand's inception, dent-resistant polymer body panels were not included on the Relay. The first year of production for the seven-passenger Saturn Relay minivan came in two trim levels powered by a 3.5-liter V-6 engine and provided the choice of front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The 2005 Relay's standard air conditioning and DVD entertainment system provided an upscale riding experience for families. For 2006, a 3.9-liter V-6 engine was introduced as an optional powerplant for the Saturn Relay. Generating 240 horsepower, the larger powerplant was upgraded to standard equipment in 2007. Optional all-wheel drive was deleted from the Saturn Relay for 2007 but fleet issued models could now be flex-fuel compatible with E85 blended fuel. A Saturn Relay 1 trim model provided a lower-cost entry level to the minivan Observing a decline in interest with minivans, General Motors dropped the Saturn Relay after the 2007 model year. The recently introduced Saturn Outlook large crossover vehicle served as an indirect replacement.

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

The 2007 Saturn Relay is a minivan with seating for seven, and for the new model year it receives an upgraded V6 along with StabiliTrak as standard equipment.
Featuring SUV styling but minivan practicality, the 2006 Saturn Relay seats seven passengers and is well equipped with features such as a rear seat DVD entertainment system.
The 2005 Saturn Relay is a brand-new seven-passenger minivan powered by a 200 hp 3.5L V6 linked to a four-speed automatic transmission.