Saturn SW Models and SW History

The Saturn brand launched in 1991 with a coupe and sedan. For the 1993 model year, a third body style product was introduced under the Saturn brand providing an added amount of practicality. Constructed on the same platform as the SL sedan, the Saturn SW showcased the principles of the auto make in wagon form. Added interior space of the SW line resulted in a sizable 28.8 cubic feet of cargo room available at the same time five passengers could ride inside. Assembled using Saturn's dent-resistant polymer body panels, the wagon debuted in SW1 and SW2 trim levels. The 1993 Saturn SW1 featured an 85-horsepower four-cylinder engine while a dual overhead cam 1.9-liter powerplant generated 124 horsepower with the SW2 model. A five-speed manual gearbox and four-speed automatic transmission could be chosen for the SW1 or SW2. The Saturn SW1's power output was increased to 100 horsepower in 1995 while both wagon trim levels gained passenger-side airbags. The Saturn sedan and wagon both received a generational refresh for 1996 consisting of a more rounded appearance. A major design make-over was performed to the Saturn SW in 2000 resulting in a modified outer look and a host of ergonomic changes such as new cup holders as well as a repositioned horn. With the introduction of the Vue compact utility vehicle in 2002, Saturn discontinued production of the small wagon.

New and Used SW Prices, Saturn SW Model Years and History

The 2001 Saturn SW is a compact five-passenger wagon capable of well over 30 mpg on the highway.
An affordable and fuel efficient five-passenger wagon, the 2000 Saturn SW is available in one trim with a choice between a manual or automatic transmission.
A compact, five-passenger wagon, the 1999 Saturn SW is similar to the SL sedan yet it offers a greater volume of interior cargo space.
The 1998 Saturn SW is a compact, five-passenger wagon which is similar to the SL sedan yet it offers a greater volume of interior cargo space.