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-Based off of Epsilon-L architecture
-Base 2.4L Ecotec @ 160HP
-Optional 3.5L V6 @ 200HP
-Stillo Red Line: 3.6L V6 @ 255HP
-Stylish hatchback design
-Adjustable suspension
-Optional AWD
 

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I'm not too nuts about family sedans (so of course, I don't like it), but I could see that as a Saturn. Good chop. BTW, what does "Stillo" translate into English?
 

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Originally posted by nsap@Jun 19 2004, 08:16 AM
I think if it had new tailamps it would really good.
Exactly. They reek of Japanese styling, which I don't think works very well on a Saturn. But at least they didn't have a silver housing. Try sticking Ion or G6 tail lights on it to help bring out the height of the trunk.


By the way, what's up with the little reflector on the rear fender?
 

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the name.. is odd..
uh i like all the smooth surfaces.. i actually like this in general,
if only we had a front end shot.. :D
 

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It looks like a SEAT Ibiza, and that name is already used by a Fiat.

what does "Stillo" translate into English?
It's Italian for Style B)
 

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I think the C pillar is WAY too big.
 

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Needs Supra taillights - kidding. :p

It looks good except for the taiilights and the tiny oddly placed Saturn badge on the rear.
 

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Yeah, definitely. The lights from the 3 looked nice on this car, but copying just doesn't make the cut. Thank you for changing it. But, I still liked it before.
 

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Now that looks like an Epsilon Saturn!

But I wouldn't complain if GM just used the Opel Vectra sheetmetal with a Vauxhall-level re-grille.

I've never found Saturn design to be particularly attractive, and now that the plastic panels are going away, its kinda pointless.
 
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