It's a sharp car.
But if what you're really asking is whether maintenance will be upheld or if the resale value will be diminished the next milestone will happen in days, not years.
June 1 and the possibility of a Chapter 11 filing will almost certainly come before Saturn is acquired by a third party.
And for the present time at least, Saturn isn't being liquidated -- it's up for sale.
Last edited by ne_one; 05-10-2009 at 01:36 AM.
It will be easy to maintain or find parts, provided you move to Belgium or Germany
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Umm... Astra is not the only orphan car by those standards. However, both the Astra and G8 GT (Holden Commodore) sell well overseas. Parts will be available and GM will honor that warranty. You will benefit from crappy resale value if you buy it used because of the depreciation the car will have already taken.
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The short answer is : No.
There are going to be no issues with parts of the servicing. You will be able to go into Buick with no issues.
However, from a fiscal standpoint, do be aware that parts will be hard to come by, and they will likely be more expensive, both at GM dealers and in the aftermarket. So if money's tight, it might not be the best move.
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