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SATURN ANNOUNCES 1993 PRICES

 SATURN ANNOUNCES 1993 PRICES
 TROY, Mich., July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Saturn today announced it will


introduce a new entry-level sporty coupe (SC1) with a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $10,995 and two wagon models, an SW1 at $10,895 and an SW2 at $12,195 for 1993.
 In response to customer demand, the automaker said all 1993 models will include a standard driver's side air bag as well as a number of product and technological refinements.
 "We've been able to hold the line on cost increases and have continued to price our 1993 models to be the best value in the competitive small-car market," according to Saturn Vice President of Sales, Service and Marketing Donald W. Hudler. "On a comparably equipped car-to-car comparison, the overall increase for the new year averages 2.5 percent."
 1993 manufacturer's suggested retail prices are:
 1992 MSRP 1993 MSRP Percent Change
 Comparably 1993 vs. 1992
 Equipped Comparably
 Equipped
 SL Sedan $ 9,020 $ 9,195 +1.9
 SL1 Sedan 9,820 9,995 +1.8
 SL2 Sedan 11,070 11,495 +3.8
 SC1 Coupe -- 10,995 --
 SC2 Coupe 12,750 12,795 +0.4
 SW1 Wagon -- 10,895 --
 SW2 Wagon -- 12,195 --
 Transportation charges for all cars remain at $300.
 Selected options available on Saturn cars and their prices include:
 1992 1993 Percent
 Change
 Air Conditioning $ 825 $ 830 +0.6
 Automatic Transmission 725 750 +3.4
 Anti-lock Braking
 System (with rear
 disc brakes)
 Manual 595 595 0
 Automatic Transmission -- 645 --
 (includes traction control)
 AM/FM Cassette 175 180 +2.9
 SL2 Option Package 1,630 1,655 +1.5
 (A/C, power windows,
 power door locks, power outside
 right hand mirror,
 cruise control)
 SC2 Option Package 1,505 1,535 +2.0
 (A/C, power windows,
 power door locks, power outside
 right hand mirror,
 cruise control)
 Saturn's Owner Protection Package and warranty program will remain unchanged from last year. The protection package will include a no-deductible, bumper-to-bumper, three-year/36,000-mile (whichever comes first) basic limited warranty and 24-hour roadside assistance; and a 1993 buyer money-back guarantee.
 A roadside assistance program offers emergency assistance for any vehicle breakdown or disablement via an "800 hotline" phone -- 1-800-553-6000. Assistance is provided free of charge for the duration of the basic limited warranty period.
 As part of Saturn's Owner Protection Package, the buyer can return the vehicle for a "no questions asked" refund for any reason within the first 30 days or 1,500 miles of ownership.
 -0- 7/16/92
 /CONTACT: Robert R. Tripolsky, 313-528-6122, or Bruce G. MacDonald, 313-524-5721, both of Saturn/
 (GM) CO: Saturn Corporation ST: Michigan IN: AUT SU: PDT


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