2001 saturn sc2

Asked by Feb 20, 2017 at 03:26 PM about the 2002 Saturn S-Series

Question type: General

Looking at buying a 2001 sc2 with 176.
Thousand on it. For 800 ya or naw and
anything i should know thatnks

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Naw, Saturn and most cars by GM last for only on average 8 years, they also have lots of faulty systems and the engines aren't very good. Instead, buy a car from Japan or China, they know what they're doing. I recommend for luxury, a Lexus, Audi, BMW Infiniti or Porsche. For decent I would buy, Toyota, Honda, Kia, Nissan, or Holden For average (not the best) buy, Mitsubishi, Ford (maybe) or Suzuki I have a 2007 Lexus ES 350 with 86,900 on it, fully loaded v6 and its running like new. I've had no problems with it except minor things from accidents with nieghbors.

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Naw, too many miles for a not so great car.

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WoW these guys obviously don't know what they are talking about! Like any car If you take care of it change the oil in it will last three hundred thousands miles or more! I've heard of these engine s going well over 300,000 just depends on the previous owners maintenance etc. I've own 3 different SC2'S with no major problem s and I have 2 2002 Pontiac s that are 14 years old with no problem s 1 has 108,000 the other 141,000

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