Saturn's only minivan, the Relay was introduced for 2005, a freshened version of a family of GM minivans that have been in production since 1997.
It was never a very good choice.
As with the Buick Terraza, Chevrolet Uplander, and Pontiac Montana SV6, the Relay was powered by a coarse 3.5-liter, 201-hp V6 engine.
A 240-hp 3.9-liter V6 became optional in 2006.
In our testing we found the ride stiff and noisy, handling reluctant, and fit and finish insubstantial.
The second-row seats can be folded and removed, but they are heavy to remove and reinstall.
The folding third-row seat folds flat but doesn't drop into a well beneath the floor as it does in the Honda Odyssey and some other competitors.
Saturn dropped this outdated and uncompetitive vehicle in 2007.