Features, pricing, and specifications for Saturn's 2005 L300 midsize sedan, soon to be replaced by the highly-anticipated Aura.
Keeping in rhythm with Saturn's proclaimed commitment to both comfort and safety, the marque describes its L300 as both 'style conscious and safety obsessed.' Others note it for its efficiency and affordability. Saturn's L300 sedan is the newest model in its midsized L-Series, which launched in 2000.
While the L-Series is expected to be replaced by the Aura, not yet released, it has managed to develop quite a fan base during its run. Its standard 3.0-liter V-6 engine produces 182 horsepower. Beginning at just under $22,000, that means a lot of power for little money. The closest auto to a luxury model that Saturn produces, the L300 is both sleek and easy to handle. Its emphasis on safety makes it one of the most reliable cars on the road, particularly at its price.
Those at Edmund's, www.edmunds.com, report that while the L300 is affordable, safe, and hosts a standard V-6, its build quality is not up to segment standards, it is less powerful than the competition, and provides soft handling around corners.
Saturn is a division of GM.
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