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Saturn Of Norwood
(617) 325-4200
105 Boston Providence Tpke
Norwood, MA
 
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(978) 829-0400
70 Gold Star Blvd
Worcester, MA
 
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(978) 829-0400
70 Gold Star Blvd
Worcester, MA
 
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(508) 791-8188
70 Gold Star Blvd
Worcester, MA
 
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(508) 993-2300
PO Box 1717
Hyannis, MA
 
Saturn Of Worcester
(508) 791-8188
70 Gold Star Blvd
Worcester, MA
 
Saturn Of Medford
(781) 395-6800
60 Mystic Ave
Medford, MA
 
Saturn Of Dartmouth
(508) 993-6317
200 N Dartmouth Mall
North Dartmouth, MA
 
Saturn Of Medford
(781) 395-6800
60 Mystic Ave
Medford, MA
 
Saturn Of Springfield
(413) 785-1311
603 E Columbus Ave
Springfield, MA
 

2005 Saturn Relay Minivan

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New Car Review of the 2005 Saturn Relay Minivan

Description: Minivan
Base MSRP Range: $23,770 - $29,855
Invoice Price Range: $22,160 - $27,819
Where built: USA

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Designers at GM describe the Relay as a crossover sport van that varies from a conventional minivan due to the extended length of the body and a flat cabin floor with pop-out seats to make room for hauling recreational gear like trail bikes or snowboards.

The boxy exterior package, carved with a broad prow and high-rising cabin, looks clean and stylish but similar in shape to the Vue SUV.

A generous cabin contains three tiers of seats for seven with twin buckets on first and second rows and a back bench for three that splits and folds.

For power, the FWD Relay draws from GM's 3.5-liter V6 rated at 200-hp with a 4-speed automatic transaxle.

Anti-lock brakes are standard on Relay, with GM's Versatrak AWD traction system on the list of options.

Two trim levels appear -- Relay x2 with 17-inch steel wheels and upscale Relay x3 rolling on six-spoke silver painted aluminum wheels. Saturn's new wagon also packs a DVD-based video entertainment system as stock for each trim.

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2006 Saturn (Division of General Motors) Relay Crossover Minivan and Sport Utility Vehicle

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New Car Overview of the 2006 Saturn (Division of General Motors) Relay Crossover Minivan and Sport Utility Vehicle 2006 Saturn Relay,Crossover,Minivan,Sport Utility Vehicle,2006,Saturn Relay,Crossover Minivan,Sport,Utility Vehicle,new car,car shopping,saturn,relay minivan,family,passengers,msrp

Description: Crossover Minivan and Sport Utility Vehicle
Base MSRP Range: $23,255 - $29,755
Invoice Price Range: $21,681 - $27,726
Where built: USA

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The boxy exterior package of Saturn's Relay looks like an SUV, yet the stretched wheelbase supports a generous passenger compartment with three tiers of seats for seven plus a flat floor arrangement to handle a load of cargo. Designers at GM describe Relay as a crossover sport van that varies from a conventional minivan due to that extended prow and flat cabin floor.

For power, the FWD Relay draws from GM's 3.5-liter V6 rated at 201 hp with a four-speed automatic transaxle. And later in the 2006 model-year the Relay 3 FWD gains an optional new 3.9-liter V6 engine with VVT that generates 235 hp.

Anti-lock brakes are standard on Relay, with GM's Versatrak AWD traction system on the list of options. Two trim levels work as Relay 2 and upscale Relay 3.

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2006 Saturn Relay Minivan

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New Car Review of the 2006 Saturn Relay Minivan

Description: Minivan
Base MSRP Range: Not Yet Available
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Where built: Not Yet Available

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Expect significant new products at Saturn of General Motors -- there's a different kind of minivan already on the street, called the Relay. Relay is Saturn's first new model. Designers describe it as a crossover sport van (CSV) that varies from a conventional minivan due to the extended length of the body and a flat cabin floor with pop-out seats to make room for hauling recreational gear like trail bikes or snowboards.

The boxy exterior package, carved with a broad prow and high-rising cabin, looks clean and stylish but similar in shape to the Vue, Saturn's SUV. It has a protruding prow with headlamps planted high on front corners like a SUV and prominent pillars on each side trailing back to the squared-off tail with top-hinged liftgate. A generous cabin contains three tiers of seats for seven with twin buckets on first and second rows and a back bench for three that splits and folds.

For power, Relay draws from GM's 3.5-liter V6 rated at 200 hp with a four-speed automatic transaxle.Anti-lock brakes are standard on Relay, with GM's Versatrak AWD traction...

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