In 1991, GM gave the cost-conscious buyer in America a great alternative to the then super-popular Japanese import compacts like the Accord and Camry. This alternative was the Saturn S-series sedan. The Saturn SL1 represented an offering in the middle of their line of sedans, with a single overhead cam engine putting out a modest 85hp while achieving approximately 30mpg. A revision in 1995 would increase power to an even 100hp, and fuel economy to 35mpg thanks to an improved fuel injection system. Anyone who owns a Saturn SL1 knows that this car gives you great value, and that if you need Saturn SL1 parts for a repair you can get them at an affordable price online. Fun fact: in 1996, Saturn started insulating their plastic body panels due to road noise complaints; this resulted in a 15db reduction over the previous models.