What are the differences between the third generation Saturn SL1 and SL2?


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The Saturn SL2 is a step up from the Saturn SL1 and provides slight differences in styling and the exterior of the car, but its most prominent feature is its dual-cam engine. The SL2 also provided a more modern interior design as opposed to its SL1 counterpart.

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The differences did come with a price: the third-generation Saturn SL1 and SL2 were separated by a $1,500 base price gap for the base models. Because the SL2 had more power output, it was much less efficient compared to its slower commuter counterpart, the SL1. One nifty feature of these cars was that they were the only line in the S series to present a double din stereo. The third-generation Saturn SL1 and SL2 were the last of the S series to be produced, with production ending in 2002.

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