Saturn SC 2dr Models and SC 2dr History

Saturn launched in 1991 as a domestic challenger towards the compact cars sold by Japanese automakers in the United States, a sedan as well as coupe body style was introduced. The Saturn SC was a two-door sport coupe created with a youthful character. Front end styling was unique to the coupe defined heavily by pop-up headlights and unique grille. Like the SL sedan, the Saturn SC's body panels were made of a dent-resistant polymer. Available with a manual or automatic transmission, the 1991 SC was propelled by a 1.9-liter four-cylinder engine generating 124 horsepower. In 1993, the Saturn compact coupe received a large degree of changes resulting in the debut of a lower-cost SC1 model powered by a lower horsepower powerplant. The previous SC continued as the SC2 for 1993. Besides engine power, the SC1 and SC2 could be distinguished by different front end designs with the entry-level coupe receiving exposed headlights similar to the Saturn SL sedan. Redesigned for 1997, the new longer wheelbase Saturn SC gained a unified headlight design with daytime running lights. After the 1999 model year, Saturn dropped the two-door SC in favor of the unconventional three-door design.

New and Used SC 2dr Prices, Saturn SC 2dr Model Years and History

The 1999 Saturn SC 2dr is a compact, two-door economy car that seats four passengers, features sporty styling, and has two great and efficient engines to choose from.
A compact, two-door fuel-efficient car that seats four passengers, the 1998 Saturn SC 2dr is capable of nearly 40 mpg on the highway.