Saturn Corporation was formed as a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Motors in 1985. The Saturn concept began in 1982 as a response to increasing import competition and a traditional, adversarial relationship between union and management. The result of this partnership was the production of quality but low-priced cars, minivans and SUV’s for their consumers.
Saturn owners enjoy the benefits of superb performance at a low price. But they also face the same problem everyday – soaring fuel prices. Fuel consumption is getting higher and higher by the day and increasing prices come along with it. Several attempts to save fuel like turning the air condition off or avoiding to rev the engine before turning it off much prove to be grueling and often times unsuccessful.
Nowadays, different devices are offered in the market to help in improving fuel economy. One of these devices is the Saturn fuel saver. The Saturn Fuel saver functions like a mini-tornado on its side moving through the intakes of the car. Technically, it is a automotive air channeling tool that creates a swirling air motion, allowing the air to move faster and more efficiently by continuously whirling air around corners and bends.
The Saturn fuel saver proves to be beneficial to car owners in more ways than one. The most benefit common is a dramatical increase in gas mileage. Of course, this would also depend on the car, age, condition, weather, trip length, and how it is driven. Among the other benefits also include reduced pollution, smoother engine operation, easy engine start-up, faster acceleration, more effective tune-up life, longer engine life potential, and less carbon build-up.
The Saturn fuel is maintenance-free, built to last and can be easily installed within minutes, making it a convenient way of decreasing fuel consumption. Moreover, it does not refit the engine, therefore not affecting a car’s structure.