Exterior Four new exterior colors are available for 2007, with Silver Plum Quartz, Polar Blue Metallic, Gold Mist and Cocoa joining the fold. The base model has steel wheels, and uplevel versions have six-spoke silver-painted aluminum wheels. Vehicle Overview Saturn introduced the Relay, its first van, for the 2005 model year. The third-row bench folds flat, but did not fold entirely into the floor. A navigation system was optional on Relay 3s. I have a 2007 Saturn Relay with approx. The Relay 3 was available in front-wheel drive and in all-wheel drive.
The Relay 3 adds a power driver's seat, a power-sliding door on the passenger side, a universal home remote feature for garage doors and the like, plus rear climate controls. For 2007, the Relay 3 adds dual-zone manual climate control in front and a new 17-inch wheel design as standard features. The Relay started at 22,850. The second- and third-row seats can. The plant closed in September 2008. Front-wheel drive is standard, but the Relay can also have all-wheel drive.
The Relay is the first Saturn model to seat seven passengers. Interior Seven passengers fit inside, and the Relay has three rows of seats. The wheels measure 17 inches in diameter, and the optional roof rack has tubular side rails. The van seemed to work fine for a couple of days and then first thing this morning it did it's hesitation thing again. Seat-mounted side-impact airbags are available for the first two rows of seats, and frontal dual-stage airbags come standard.
Side airbags were optional on the Relay. An overhead console and rail system are installed. A power-sliding door on the driver's side and a remote start system are optional. The last 2007 Relay rolled off the line on November 17, 2006. The Relay has ebony-colored lower cladding. The Relay was replaced by the 8-passenger, Lambda-based. The second- and third-row seats can be folded and removed.
Show full review Vehicle Overview Saturn introduced the Relay, its first van, for the 2005 model year. Versatrak all-wheel drive is optional on Relay 3 models. Does this mean it is about to need to be rebuilt or is it a computer problem or what? The Relay is available in two models, the Relay 2 and Relay 3. The Relay was discontinued after the 2007 model year and was replaced by the 2007. It was introduced for the 2005 model year, and was built alongside its sisters, the , the , and the in.
Both engines work with a four-speed automatic transmission. I changed the fluid and filter this past Thursday, the pan was exceptionally clean even the magnet had very little residue on it. When properly equipped, the Relay can tow up to 3,500 pounds. The Relay has ebony-colored lower cladding. An integrated child-safety seat and rear parking assist are optional. Front-wheel drive is standard, but the Relay can also have all-wheel drive. Light maple-colored woodgrain decorates the radio and climate-control trim plate.
I have always been told that unless the check engine light is on there would not be any codes stored, if you say there would be, is this the codes that AutoZone or O'Reilly can read for me? Consequently, the optional system was also dropped, since it could not handle the torque of the 3. The base model has steel wheels, and uplevel versions have six-spoke silver-painted aluminum wheels. There were three available trim levels, 1, 2, 3. The wheels measure 17 inches in diameter, and the optional roof rack has tubular side rails. The Relay was the first Saturn vehicle without side paneling, the first Saturn that is a or , and it was the first and only minivan produced by Saturn.
Uplevel versions can be equipped with leather-appointed seats. The Relay is the first Saturn model to seat seven passengers. It seems to jump into gear when you start to take off, this hesitation is only a split second long. The Relay was introduced with a 3. The transmission seams to have a hesitation sometimes, not always, after you have been stopped for a light or something.