Back to the usual with what should have been an IAA reveal, but isn’t therefore its here.
The Saturn is not only the 2nd longest running Monolith SUV after the M-Series, It’s also the only car based SUV aside from the Meteor. The larger Saturn comes with six engine options, three Diesel and three Petrol. A 2.7L Inline 6 Turbodiesel and a 2.25L Inline 6 Petrol mark the entry level trim which is the only one available in RWD and using a 6-speed manual transmission as standard. One step above reside the 3.4L Diesel and the Monolith version of the 3.0L Turbo I6, with 3.3L and 300hp. From this point on Viscous AWD with a 43/57 F/R split is standard equipment. The Saturn S1 and R1 have sports tuned suspension and more powerful versions of the 3.4L Diesel and the 3.3L Petrol. The only visual difference between them and other Saturns are dual exhausts.
2.25L Inline 6 Turbocharged [IMP KE-25MET], 250hp, 370Nm, 1470-1595kg, 6MT or 8AT, RWD or AWD, $46,750
3.3L Inline 6 Turbocharged [IMP JG-33MET], 305hp, 490Nm, 1570-1685kg, 7MT or 8AT, AWD, $54,630
3.3L Inline 6 Turbocharged [IMP JG-33T], 370hp, 540Nm, 1665kg, 7MT or 8AT, AWD, $59,620
2.7L Inline 6 Turbodiesel [IMP D623M T-V215], 214hp, 500Nm, 1485-1700kg, 6MT or 8AT, RWD or AWD, $48,000
3.4L Inline 6 Turbodiesel [IMP D634M T-V245], 245hp, 580Nm, 1599-1760kg, 7MT or 8AT, AWD, $53,200
3.4L Inline 6 Turbodiesel [IMP D634M T-V320], 320hp, 710Nm, 1685kg, 7MT or 8AT, AWD, $63,999