2003 LW

Consumer Reviews

2003 Saturn LW

$1,655 - $7,155  MSRP Range
2003 Saturn LW

Review Score

5.0 out of 5 stars

5.0

2 Reviews
100% of drivers recommend this car
Score Breakdown
5 out of 5 stars Comfort
5 out of 5 stars Value for the Money
5 out of 5 stars Interior Design
5 out of 5 stars Reliability
5 out of 5 stars Performance
5 out of 5 stars Exterior Styling

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5 out of 5 stars

Dependable and Cute

by Tricia from Lincoln on Sun Nov 27 2011

Purchase this car when it was only a couple years old with 35K miles. It has 110K miles on it now and I havent had to do any mechanical things on it. Keep the oil changed and all but nothings wearing out but the tires. Really sporty and dependable. Still going strong.

5 out of 5 starsComfort
5 out of 5 starsValue for the Money
5 out of 5 starsInterior Design
5 out of 5 starsReliability
5 out of 5 starsPerformance
5 out of 5 starsExterior Styling

Purchased a Used car

Uses car for Transporting family

Does recommend this car!!

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5 out of 5 stars

Best car I own

by Ealpos from ARLINGTON on Wed Jan 31 2018

Reliable, spacious and smooth. Body panels are plastic so it stands up to time and parking lots. Great motor

5 out of 5 starsComfort
5 out of 5 starsValue for the Money
5 out of 5 starsInterior Design
5 out of 5 starsReliability
5 out of 5 starsPerformance
5 out of 5 starsExterior Styling

Purchased a Used car

Uses car for Transporting family

Does recommend this car!!

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Our Take on the 2003 Saturn LW

Kudos to Saturn for paying attention to its slow-selling mid-size L-Series sedans and wagons. If enough buyers discover the improvements for 2003, the cars could become sleeper hits.

Released in 2000 as domestic alternatives to the Accord and Camry, the Saturn L models got the cold shoulder from buyers who weren't impressed with their oldfangled styling and too-noisy ride.

Company executives predicted L-Series sales might reach 180,000 to 200,000 a year. Instead, they only amassed 94,034 sales in 2000, and grew only slightly to 98,227 sales in 2001. This year, through October, sales of the L200 and L300 sedans and LW200 and LW300 wagons are down 17 percent. In October, Saturn dealers sold... Read More