Andrew Quinn owns a 2006 Saturn Ion. His older brothers also drive Saturn Ions and so does his dad.
Their loyalty, though, to Saturn and to General Motors, which stopped producing the brand in 2009, is being tested by the safety recalls and the slow pace of repairs.
Quinn's Saturn is among the 2.6 million small cars GM recalled this year for a defective ignition switch. But the problems with his car didn't stop there.
Since the ignition switch recall in February, model year 2006 Saturn Ions also have been recalled because they can experience a sudden loss of power steering. GM then discovered another problem with the ignition on Ions and other cars. The key can be...