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What is the estimated gas mileage of a 2003 Saturn L200 with a 4 cylinder engine and automatic transmission?


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2008-07-16 16:38:25
2008-07-16 16:38:25

You can look this up at www.kbb.com. Quick answer...my 2003 L200 is getting approx. 24 city / 28 highway. Has 73k miles on it, too. My mileage has moved up to 95,000. If I keep my speed down to 65mph, my mpg moves up to 31. Cool!

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