The Saturn SW2 was a compact wagon produced by GM's Saturn brand from 1993 to 2001. It set itself apart from the SW1 by wearing painted front and rear bumper covers rather than black ones, and it also included a 124hp DOHC 4-cylinder engine as standard equipment when the SW1 engine was only putting out 100hp with a single overhead cam. The SW2 was more fun to drive, and the SW1 was better on gas. Still, the SW2 was a wagon and cargo room was ample. Saturn kept production costs low by using many of the same Saturn SW2 parts on the SW1 and other sedan models as well. Fun fact: in 1999, 450 Saturn SW wagons were made with right hand drive and marketed to rural postal carriers.