1997 Saturn SW SW2 Twin Cam 16v from North America
Cheap sport hauler wagon
The plastic will shatter in an accident, which doesn't protect the main frame from low speed crashes.
Headliner falls down and and tears with ease, so you get orange foam from the ceiling in your hair.
The right rear window is off its track.
The original speakers crackle and are poor quality.
You can't advertise your business with magnetic door signs cause the doors are plastic.
Windshield wiper hits the antenna if you lift it up to repair or clean your window.
Door locks are broken on both front doors, so you have to manually lock every door.
The rear strut towers cut out a lot of cargo room.
One of the pulleys (not sure which one) has bad bearings, so it is really annoying.
Every seat is uncomfortable.
It's quite lightweight considering it's a station wagon.
It has a surprisingly tuned like suspension that is stiff, but doesn't hit too hard on the bumps.
The transmission shifts hard and beast like.
It's an automatic, and with the pedal floored it hits around 7,000 rpm, but the redzone is at 6,500.
Despite the annoying worn bearings in one of the pulleys, the exhaust has a nice sound and doesn't have any holes.
Decent amount of cargo room.
Has a roof rack that I like because I'm adventurous and like things like biking and kayaking.
I thinks it's an okay car, but I wouldn't buy one unless it's really cheap with a lot of parts intact.
Gets good gas mileage, but I'm not sure if it pays off for everything going wrong with it.
Got mine for free from my grandma, so that's a major plus.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 13th August, 2009