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Old 05-15-2018, 08:47 PM
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Smile For Sale: 2002 Saturn SL2, blue 4dr/4cyl 5-spd

I am posting this for an older gentleman that is retired and not very computer savvy - so email or call him for more info, he'd like to see his Saturn go to an enthusiast, 1,500 - make offer!

For Sale: 2002 Saturn SL2, 4 dr, 4 cyl, 5-speed tranny, color blue, A/C (not working), radio (aftermarket),
special Saturn chrome wheels (factory option), owners manual, car bought new by owner,
no crash damage per owner, used as commuter car - 415k miles and runs like a sewing machine!

Car is located in his garage, near Tannersville, PA

Jerry Nappi is the owner, email address is jernap at Verizon net and cell# is 973-610-28 48 feel free to call with any Questions you might have.
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Old 05-16-2018, 10:09 AM
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I am asking the following questions, representative of what the average S car purchaser would ask.
Doing so gets the most important info out there to many more people than will email him to ask.
I am NOT asking to question the value or price or anything like that. The questions are factual, and any of us would ask them anyway.

1) 415K on the ORIGINAL DOHC factory head /valves and pistons/rings? No big deal if it is a reman engine -- as long as it is healthy.

2) How much oil if any does it burn per 3,000 mi?

3) Any issues with Passlock/BCM?

Looks beautifully maintained!!


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Old 05-16-2018, 04:33 PM
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415,000 miles and he wants $1,500 for it? Even though it LOOKS very nice, no way I'd offer that much money for a car with that many miles on it. But, I'm a cheap bastard. I wouldn't go over $500 personally and that's because of the mileage and non working a/c.
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Old 05-18-2018, 12:24 AM
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Even if they were all freeway miles, gently driven, I think 400k+ is too much for any LLO to still be in good shape... it likely burns some oil...
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Be all hush hush.
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