Saturn Ion (2004)
Sale price: US $600.00 Make an Offer
|Number of Cylinders:||4||Fuel Type:||gasoline|
|Body Type:||Sedan||Disability Equipped:||No|
|Drive Type:||FWD||Engine:||2.2L Gas I4|
|Vehicle Title:||Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed||Make:||Saturn|
Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Relisted twice because of non payment. Price reduced. This system won"t let me list as no title, so I selected rebuildable. The previous owner never got the title to me, so all I have is the signed bill-of-sale. I bought it from him a year ago, and then he left town, maybe back to Tennessee where he was when he bought it and came to Nebraska. He told me that he needed to pay his bank $200 before they would send him the title, but I have no way of knowing if that ever happened. I can"t contact him and he hasn"t contacted me since. I have put 20,000 miles on it making deliveries and a couple of 1300 mile trips, the latest was the end of January. Averaged 36mpg on that trip with 2 people. You can see in the pictures that the rear has slight peeling of coating and hood has a few small hail dents and the 5-speed shifter knob has a tennis ball covered by a baby sock because a lot of the original ball is missing. Seats and floor carpet has stains, but can probably be cleaned. No rust. Manual shift 5-speed. 2.2 ecotec. It runs great and shifts good and gets combined 30mpg in warm months. It was manufactured without power windows or power locks or cruise control, so it doesn"t have either of those. Tires are in good shape. No rust. There has been a chirping sound occasionally all these months, but only at low speeds or creeping to or from parking. It must be a rear brake spring rubbing since I"ve been told by several people that a wheel bearing can"t make that sound. I never heard the noise on my trip, but occasionally I hear it for 5 seconds. The longest I"ve ever heard it was for 15 seconds in a parking lot. Once again NO TITLE. I"ve looked into getting a mechanic lein, but since I don"t have an actual repair ship I decided it would probably be a waste of time for me to attempt that, but maybe one of you out there has done that before and knows how to get yourself a title. I know that one step is to mail a certified notice to the last known address, which I found in the glove box, but I no longer have a good phone number for him. I got one ticket a few months ago for improper plates and don"t want to risk getting another, so trying to sell, now that I don"t have those delivery jobs. I work nights, so I won"t see emails till after midnight and throughout the day when I"m home. Thanks for looking. If a shipping service is more than you want to spend and you"re within 500 miles, maybe I could drive it to you for the price of bus travel back.