While the Saturn brand was discontinued in 2009, the car was quite popular in its early years and many are still on the road today. In fact, it could be argued that Saturn was ahead of its time. The Saturn S Series line of vehicles were among the most fuel-efficient cars of their day, offering up to 40 miles per gallon with a manual transmission.
When your Saturn begins performing less than optimally, you'll likely know it, even if you want to ignore the symptoms. Giving our shop a clear picture of the issues you're experiencing with your Saturn can help us pinpoint work that needs to be done to your vehicle. Here's what to look for:
- Unusual sounds, odors, leaks, warning lights, or smoke - Where is the sound/odor/etc. coming from? When does it happen (i.e. when the engine is running or cold, when you're accelerating, braking, turning, or going at a certain speed)?
- Problems in handling or braking - Do you feel vibrations in the steering column or the brake pedal? Does the steering pull to the right or the left? Are your tires wearing unevenly?
- Changes in Performance - Has your engine performance decreased? Is your fuel economy falling? Do you regularly have to add coolant or oil? Are belts or hoses wearing out faster than they should?
If you're experiencing any of these issues with your Saturn, our skilled mechanics can help pinpoint the problem and take care of the repairs you need to get back on the road in a safe and reliable vehicle.
Call VMAC Van Maintenance & Auto Care for Saturn Repair & Maintenance
When your Saturn needs repairs or maintenance, call VMAC Van Maintenance & Auto Care in Glendale, AZ. We'll work to get you back on the road quickly with minimal hassles and headaches.