03 Saturn Ion for sale $6,500
College is expensive! Because of this I have to sell my car. I am currently in Texas but will be in Chicago with the car in about a week. I'm looking for $6,500. The car is in excellent condition with numerous features and additional modifications. Manual transmission Mileage-96,150 Miles per gallon-37 highway, 26 city Almost new premium Pirelli tires Coolant, brake fluid and oil always changed when recommended by manufacturer Engine cleaners and fuel cleaners used at repeated intervals Power windows Power locks A/C and heat both work very well AM/FM Radio with CD player Lots of trunk space Keyless entry via remote New catalytic converter Performance parts: AEM performance cold air intake with washable air filter to Boost horsepower and improve fuel efficiency Tsudo performance complete Exhaust system to Boost horsepower and improve fuel efficiency Megan lowering springs give drastic improvement in control and stability of the vehicle Rear anti-sway bar gives the car a complete in control feeling even when driving in wet or icy conditions Custom strut tower brace provides a similar Boost in control during turns for the front end of the vehicle Thank you for taking the time to look at this posting. Please post any questions about the vehicle. PS.. The sound under the engine is just the a/c trying to keep up with the 107F Texas heat that we had that day. Other than the noise, which can only be heard outside the vehicle, the car kept me perfectly cool on this hot day.
2003 Saturn Ion Manual Transmission
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How to Drive a Stick Shift
Nutella Bread Recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eHPkpCGdEY Watch more How to Drive Safely videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/6570-How-to-Drive-a-Stick-Shift More power and better gas mileage are just two of the reasons you might want to learn how to drive a stick shift. Step 1: Locate the clutch With the car off, locate the clutch, which is on the floor in front of the driver to the left of the brake pedal. The clutch must be pressed down when shifting gears. Using your left foot, practice depressing and releasing the clutch pedal. Step 2: Study the gears Study the gears. Manual cars can have up to six gears; a guide is usually on the head of the stick shift, which is the lever to your right. They are often in an 'H' pattern, with neutral in the middle. Step 3: Locate reverse Learn how to put your car in reverse. This usually involves pressing down on the stick shift and moving it to the far left or right and then up or down. Consult the pattern on your stick. Step 4: Practice shifting With the car still off, press and hold the clutch down as you practice shifting through the gears of the car. Practice both shifting (or speeding up) and downshifting--lowering gears to slow down. Step 5: Test drive Find a flat and open area, such as an empty parking lot. With the car in neutral, depress the clutch and foot break. Turn on the car. Step 6: Put it in gear Put the car in first gear. Now you’re ready to go. Step 7: Start moving Release the foot break and slowly press down the gas pedal as you simultaneously release the clutch -- the car will move forward. Tip Easing down the gas while releasing the clutch is a delicate maneuver that takes practice. In the beginning, you’ll probably 'pop the clutch,' meaning the car will lunge forward and stall. Step 8: Increase speed and gears Continue pressing the gas to make the car go faster. Once you hear the engine begin to rev higher -- or see the tachometer hit around 2,500 rpm -- depress the clutch and shift into second, then slowly release the clutch while giving it gas. Tip Don’t keep your foot on the clutch -- called 'riding the clutch' -- when you’re not using it. You could wear it down. Step 9: Keep shifting As you go faster, repeat the shifting process for higher gears. Tip The following is a general range for the different gears:First: 0 to 10 mphSecond: 3 to 25 mphThird: 15 to 45 mphFourth: 30 to 65 mphFifth: 45 mph and up Step 10: Slow down To decrease speed, go through the gears in reverse order. To stop at a light, either release the clutch and put the car in neutral or keep the clutch engaged with the car in first gear. Tip If you will be stopped for any length of time, it’s better to have the car in neutral. Step 11: Try hills Once you’re thoroughly comfortable starting, stopping, and shifting gears on flat land, practice on hilly areas. Keep on trucking! Did You Know? The first cars used levers, not wheels, to steer.