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Old 08-25-2010, 01:16 PM   #1
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Can all Saturn SL models (older than 2002) with automatic transmission be towed four down?



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Old 08-25-2010, 01:47 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by ntar827 View Post
Can all Saturn SL models (older than 2002) with automatic transmission be towed four down?



I towed my 2000 SL2 for 60,000 miles. I now have an 09 HHR.

Check the book that comes with the car to be sure, however Saturns were known as the tow car of choice in those days as there were few cars that could be towed 4 down.


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My wifes '96 can be, don't use it any more but has 120K miles on it. Still runs and drives great. I just have a lot of trouble getting in and out now so I bought a Ford Explorer that we tow now.
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I believe that is a Yes. I tow a 2002 Saturn L200.
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I had a 1997 Saturn SW-2 with 187,000 miles on it with many more towed miles. I changed it out for a 2006 Saturn Vue V-6. The Vue is great and a much better toad than the older Saturn for driving and comfort.

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