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Saturn Vehicle Shipping
AutoTransport.com trailers can take on any size of Saturn automobile for mainland shipping with more effortless loading and unloading. Our specialized trailers act together with expert Saturn car handlers to securely deliver the versatile vehicles. Call AutoTransport.com now, and we shall make available trailer options to facilitate your Saturn vehicle’s transportation.
AutoTransport.com Saturn car carrier trailers are fully compartmentalized to accommodate your heavy motoring machinery. Trailer bodies are prefabricated from materials such as carbon steel with a thickness shell of 5mm. Our chassis frames are augmented by Q345B high strength low alloy steel supports with 12mm MS plates for Saturn vehicle transportation.
AutoTransport.com professional transportation teams rely on over ten years of continent-wide extensive load-hauling expertise. We have a comprehensive fleet and partners who offer Saturn car transport throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico. The AutoTransport.com networks are spread over 50 regions, including Hawaii and Mexico, to meet customer demand.
1. Scheduling the Pick-Up
The Cargo-Loading Overseer continuously keeps tabs on the progress of the shipment. Ensuring the highest quality service.
2. Transporting Your Saturn
The Driver and Crane Loaders each play a crucial role in making sure the routes and deliveries are completed in a timely manner.
3. Deliver to Your Door-Step
The Logistics Manager ensures communication with the customer is efficient and the allocation of resources is according.
Also known as Saturn LLC, the Saturn Corporation manufactured these automobiles from 1985 as a GM subsidiary but marketed them on a separate retail network. The company was begun by GM insiders as a private enterprise seeking to revolutionize the small car market from around 1983, and two years later, the first demonstration vehicle was launched. Saturn Corporation was then bought out by GM from its employees, setting a stage for the rewrite of company laws.
When GM released the concept car for Saturn in the ’80s, it resembled the later Saturn SL and was to be branded under the other flag bearers the company already had doing well. The plan changed later, however, and GM decided to launch Saturn as its entity, and production began with the SL and the SC. Throughout the ’90s, Saturn cars did relatively well with plans for convertibles, sedans, coupes, wagons and even SUVs; but it wasn’t until 2002 that the first Vue SUV and later their Sky convertible in appeared on the market in 2006.
We Currently Ship:
- Saturn Sky
- Saturn S-Series Compact Sedan and Coupe
- Saturn L-Series Mid-Size Sedan and Station Wagon
- Saturn Vue Compact Crossover
- Saturn Ion Compact Sedan and Quad Coupe
- Saturn Relay Minivan
- Saturn Sky Roadster
- Saturn Ev1 Electric
- Saturn Outlook Full-Size Crossover
- Saturn Aura Mid-Size Sedan
- Saturn Astra Compact 3– And 5-Door Hatchback
- Saturn Sport Sedan Concept
- Saturn Sc Performance Edition
- Saturn Cv-1
- Saturn SCX
- Saturn Lst
- Saturn Vue Urban Expression
- Saturn Vue Outdoor Expression
- Saturn Sky Concept
- Saturn Ion·Efx
- Saturn Ion Qc/T
- Saturn Ion Rally
- Saturn Vue Red Line Street Play
- Saturn Vue “Spring Special”
- Saturn Curve
- Saturn Aura Concept
- Saturn Prevue
- Saturn Astra Tuner
- Saturn Flextreme
- Saturn Vue Greenline Hyline
- Saturn Vue Hybrid 2-Mode
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As an attempt to compete with the influx of Japanese imports and compact car transplants in the US market, GM touted the Saturn car as a different kind for the company. Saturn survived a takeover bid from Penske automotive in 2009 but was discontinued by GM altogether in 2010 along with the outstanding franchises.