- Chassis: 1G8JW82R1YY670693
- 171k Miles
- 3.0-Liter V6
- Four-Speed Automatic Gearbox
- Bright Silver Paint
- Gray Leather Upholstery
- 15" Alloy Wheels
- Roof Rails
- Joseph Abboud Interior Touches
- Air Conditioning
- Heated Front Seats
- Factory CD/Cassette Stereo
- Rear Cargo Cover & Net
- Carfax Report
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This 2000 Saturn LW2 wagon is one of a limited number of Olympic Edition models produced as part of the “The Team Behind The Team” program sponsored by the United Automobile Workers and General Motors, which provided vehicles to 100 eligible U.S. Olympic Team hopefuls in conjunction with the 2000 Olympic Games. This example was presented to the current owner in August 2000 and is finished in Bright Silver over gray leather upholstery. The car is powered by a 3.0-liter V6 linked to a four-speed automatic gearbox and equipment includes roof rails, air conditioning, a power-adjustable driver seat, heated front seats, a cassette/CD stereo, 15″ alloy wheels, and commemorative badging. Reported to be one of three Saturn examples used for the “The Team Behind The Team” program, this LW2 has 171k miles and is now offered on behalf of the current owner with manufacturer’s literature, service records, GM-issued keys, rubber floor mats, a Carfax report, and a clean Colorado title in the current owner’s name.
The car is finished in Bright Silver with black lower body trim and roof rails. Equipment includes fog lights, daytime running lights, and heated exterior mirrors. The Carfax report lists damage to the front end in July 2013, reportedly due to a parking lot incident that necessitated the replacement of a fender and headlight along with a repaint of the hood. A 2016 accident is also reported that resulted in “minor” damage to the front of the vehicle, a result of a parking lot incident while the car was parked according to the seller.
Factory 15″ alloy wheels are mounted with Michelin Defender tires said to have been installed in 2021. The car is equipped with power-assisted rack and pinion steering and front disc brakes.
The cabin features front bucket seats and a rear bench upholstered in gray leather with embroidered Olympic branding on the headrests. The driver seat is power-adjustable, and additional amenities include heated front seats, cruise control, air conditioning, a factory cassette/CD stereo, and power windows. Further touches include Joseph Abboud and UAW-GM sponsorship badging on the front door panels as well as Olympic-branded embroidered floor mats. Wear is depicted on the front seat upholstery, and the interior materials and finishes are shown further in the gallery below.
The leather-wrapped two-spoke steering wheel fronts a 130-mph speedometer and a tachometer. The digital odometer has 171k miles, all of which were added during current ownership.
The 3.0-liter V6 was factory rated at 182 horsepower and 190 lb-ft of torque when new. Power is routed to the front wheels through a four-speed automatic gearbox. Work completed in 2022 is said to have included performing an oil change and replacing the heater core, air conditioning compressor, receiver dryer, and expansion valve.
Additional underside photos are provided in the gallery below.
The Carfax report shows the aforementioned damage reports from 2013 and 2016 and lists history with one owner in Colorado.