Background information for the 2006 Saturn Relay minivan, including: performance, safety, pricing, and features.
The Saturn Relay, produced by the Saturn Marque, which is a subsidiary of General Motors, is the American automaker's attempt to compete in the somewhat competitive minivan market. First released in 2005, the 2006 model is a carryover, providing few changes from the original 2005 edition. The Saturn Relay is a sibling to the Chevrolet Uplander and Pontiac Montana and reminiscent of the Buick Terraza. It marks the first Saturn ever designed without polymer side paneling.
This 7-seater family model sports a standard 3.5 L High Value 3500 VX engine generating 200 horse power, electronic throttle control, front-wheel drive, and front suspension with coil springs, independent MacPherson struts, and a stabilizer bar. Saturn offers a number of packages, including: Convenience, Entertainment, Power, Safety, Touring, and Premium Seating packages. The Relay also includes the Relay-2 Four Wheel Drive (FWD), Relay-3 FWD, and Relay-3 All Wheel Drive models.
The Convenience package adds:
Power package includes:
Safety package includes:
Touring package includes:
Base MSRP is $24,485 for the Relay-2 FWD, $27,580 for the Relay-3 FWD, and $30,570 for the Relay-3 AWD. Because of poor sales, Saturn is considering ending production of these autos relatively soon.
For more information about the Saturn Relay or other Saturn models, visit Wikipedia, en.wikipedia.org, or Saturn's Official Website, www.saturn.com.
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