Autotrader Find: Low-Mileage 1992 Saturn SC

If you’re looking for an old Saturn, you probably know how hard it is to find one — most were driven as normal vehicles back in the 1990s, and few people thought to preserve them as an unusual relic of automotive history. But they are relics, so it’s always interesting to see a nice one — and this is exactly that.

What you see here is a 1992 Saturn SC, finished in a perfect 1990s teal color, with just 44,000 original miles. More importantly, it’s the "enthusiast special," if such a thing exists in the Saturn world — it’s a coupe with a manual transmission, so this is (theoretically anyway) the one to have.

Admittedly, this one isn’t exactly perfect: it has a noticeable scuff on the driver side front fender, and the interior severely needs a detailing thanks to pet hair. But it’s better than the vast majority of Saturn models you’ll find, and the low mileage is a big benefit.

According to the Carfax report, this Saturn is a one-owner car. It was sold new in Washington in June 1992, and the owner had it there ever since, accumulating mileage rather slowly over the years. It’s now offered for sale by a private seller in the same Washington city where it was owned this whole time — Grapeview, a small town southwest of Seattle, and it’s listed for just $2,500, which is something of a bargain in my opinion for a Saturn enthusiast — assuming one exists. Find a Saturn SC for sale

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