Saturn's wagons were offered in two trim levels: base SW1 and upscale SW2. The SW1 had a single-cam version of the 1.9-liter Four with 85 horsepower.
The SW2 got the added power of the twin-cam, 4-valve-per-cylinder, 1.9-liter Four, good for 124 horsepower. Both engines were available with either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission.
Standard equipment differences between the models included front and rear stabilizer bars and larger, 15-in. wheels for the SW2. Antilock brakes were an option for both models, as was traction control with ABS and automatic transmission. Both models had nearly identical option lists, with variable-effort power steering and a leather interior for the SW2 the notable exceptions.
The SW1's 1.9-liter Four engine was upgraded this year from 85 to 100 horsepower. The increased power came from a new multiport fuel-injection system that replaced the 1994 model's throttle body injection.
While the wagon's exterior treatment was essentially a carryover, the real news was in the passenger compartment. Dual airbags replaced the former motorized belts. A totally new instrument cluster with a more contemporary, rounded appearance featured a larger, easier-to-read tach and speedometer. The entire panel was easier to see, thanks to a new 2-spoke steering wheel.
|Model year(s)||Trim level||List price||Destination charge||Effective date|
|1993||SW1||$10,895||$315||August 13, 1992|
|1993||SW2||$12,195||$315||August 13, 1992|
|1994||SW1||$11,695||$330||July 13, 1993|
|1994||SW2||$12,595||$330||July 13, 1993|
|1995||SW1||$11,695||$360||July 25, 1994|
|1995||SW2||$12,695||$360||July 25, 1994|
|1996||SW1||$11,995||$390||July 17, 1995|
|1996||SW2||$12,895||$390||July 17, 1995|
|1997||SW1||$12,595||$400||July 29, 1996|
|1997||SW2||$13,935||$400||July 29, 1996|