Saturn Parts

Saturn Components

Saturn LogoJust because the automaker is out of business doesn't mean that you can't find components for your favorite car anymore. In fact, CPD sells a large selection of new Saturn parts online - just select your vehicle and see everything available on our web site. If you need to replace a fuel pump, crank sensor, brakes, or shocks, our aftermarket and genuine OEM factory parts are a terrific match. Replacement parts are easy to find online at great prices, leaving you no need to go to a junk yard to find used components anymore. Don't delay, find the repair and replacement items you need at great prices online at CPD.

History of Saturn

The Saturn Corporation began in the mid 1980's as a General Motors small-car project originally designed to be released under one of its brands. However, the increasing popularity of the compact car market prompted GM to launch Saturn as its own marque. Saturn parts and vehicles were built in an independent assembly plant in Tennessee, and sold through independent dealers. They were extremely popular amongst cost conscious buyers, and had already sold 1 million vehicles inside of 5 years.

Over the manufacturer's 20-year lifespan, Saturn produced compact sedans, coupes, and some wagons to the tune of over 3 million vehicles. They also produced the Vue and Outlook SUVs, the Relay minivan, Sky roadster, and the infamous EV1. Even though the company put up some big sales numbers, their parts production and assembly costs remained higher than their other market competitors. As a result, they had great difficulty competing with their Japanese equivalents. GM ended production of Saturn vehicles in 2010.
CarPartsDiscount.com is not associated with the General Motors Corporation in any manner. All images and references to the Saturn name, vehicle model names, logo and shapes are for reference and identification only. All trademarks, tradenames and/or service marks are the property of their respective holders.
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