Saturn owners were sad to see the brand go when it closed down back in 2010, but the quality and popularity of their vehicles are here to stay. One of their well-known vehicles was the Saturn L200, a 4-door sedan that was manufactured from 1999 up to 2004. The Saturn Corporation marketed itself as a "different kind of car company" and it shows pretty well in how they designed the Saturn L200. In its relatively short run, they were able to produce more than 400,000 of these vehicles until it was replaced by the Saturn Aura in 2006.
The Saturn L200 was part of the company's L-Series of mid-size coupes and station wagons that were based on the Opel Vectra B and was then manufactured at a GM plant in Wilmington, Delaware. The L-Series was at the time fitter with either a straight-4 engine or a V6 and coupled with either a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission system. Additional accessories for the Saturn L200 included fog lights, airbags, chrome alloy wheels, and more. Unfortunately, the entire L-Series line suffered from a few product recalls but was soon fixed when a retrofit kit was released to solve such concerns. Still, these recalls affected its sales figures, which would ultimately lead to it being replaced by a different vehicle model.
Because of the problems that the L-Series encountered during its run its sales figures have been affected negatively and was soon replace by the Saturn Aura. Unfortunately, this vehicle didn't last very long either as Saturn was forced to close in 2010. Nevertheless, Saturn Authorized Service Providers have been introduced in order to address the remaining warranties on their vehicles and there's a ready supply of aftermarket parts and accessories for vehicles like the Saturn L200 that are still available online.