2000 Saturn L Series
The Saturn L-series was a pipeline of automobiles sold by Universal Motors’ Saturn brand.
The L-series mid-size sedans and wagons were introduced in 2000. They were based on the Opel Vectra B and manufactured at a GM engraft in Wilmington, Delaware. The L-series was usable with four- and six-cylinder engines.
Piteous sales of the L-series caused GM to scrub the business for 2005. The low L-series car was reinforced in May 1999, and the finis one involute off the Wilmington pipeline on June 17, 2004, afterward a short-change run of 2005 models. Most 406,300 L-series cars were reinforced therein stop. The set was so retooled to habitus the Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky roadsters.
The substitution for the L-series, the Saturn Gloriole, arrived in Grand 2006 for the 2007 modeling yr. The Gloriole is reinforced on the Epsilon program, besides divided by the Pontiac G6 and the Opel Vectra C.
The Name Game
The L-Series cars were primitively designated the LS (for saloon) and LW (for waggon). Notwithstanding, this caused gravid muddiness and wrath from both Toyota and Fording, who both betray LS-Series cars (the Lexus LS and the Lincoln LS. The vehicles were so renamed L-Series.
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