Roger Penske has purchased the rights to the Saturn name from GM, as well as the dealer distribution network. As part of the deal GM has agreed to continue to produce three of the current Saturn models for the next two years. At that point Penske will have to look elsewhere for someone to build his cars. What happens five years from now when someone who buys a new Saturn Aura tomorrow needs parts? Did this deal include any provisions for the continued production of replacement parts and maintenance items for the GM build models? Without knowing the answer to these questions I'd have to think long and hard about buying a new Saturn. Also, I wonder why Penske doesn't just consider buying the Saturn plant in Tenn when the GM deal is up? That way Saturn would become a true stand-alone care manufacturer, not just a name.