Low cost; roomy interior; versatile seating and cargo configurations.
The 2007 Relay is a General Motors seven-passenger minivan done in the Saturn mold. It uses a 3.9L V6 engine that makes 240 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque. It is backed by a four-speed automatic transmission, and is available in three trim levels.
The entry-level model is the Relay 1, which includes such desirable safety items as ABS-equipped four-wheel disc brakes, StabiliTrak, and automatic headlights. It also has power mirrors, power windows, power locks, air conditioning, a CD player, and a third row bench seat that can be folded into the floor.
The Relay 2 starts gains such amenities as rear seat audio controls, privacy glass, a rear entertainment system, remote keyless entry, cruise control, and heated mirrors. It also gets an overhead rail storage system, which allows occupants to mix and match storage modules to carry such items as sunglasses, CDs, or even a first aid kit.
Moving up, the Relay 3 gets such niceties as 17-inch alloy wheels, luggage rack side rails, power sliding doors, a power driver's seat, illuminated vanity mirrors, steering wheel audio controls, additional auxiliary power outlets, an alarm, leather wrapped steering wheel, rear air conditioning.
Additional options include leather seating and seat heaters for those in front on the Relay 3, a remote starter, an especially useful rear parking aid, a six-disc CD changer, and a trailering package.
Optional side air bags can supplement the standard front air bags in the Relay 1 and 2, while they are standard in the top-of-the-line Relay 3. Second row side air bags are available in both the Relay 2 and 3.
For 2007 the Saturn Relay gets a larger standard engine. The 3.9L V6 now makes 240 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque, which is 39 more horsepower than 2006's base engine. The rear seat now has a pass-through for long cargo items, and stability control is standard on all models. Dual-zone climate control is included with the Relay 3, and the Relay 1 is the new base model.
The Relay is in its last year of production, as it is to be replaced by the new Saturn Outlook crossover.
The 2007 Saturn Relay offers an exceptionally spacious interior, with comfortable bucket seats in both the front and middle rows. An overhead rail storage system adds to the Relay's versatility. On the safety side, the Relay received five stars from the NHTSA in the frontal crash test.
Vehicle Price: 22,335.00
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