We have a 2009 Saturn Outlook which we have enjoyed but now, like many other people, the engine has to be replaced because the timing chain issue caused damage. Unfortunately, I am over the 120,000 mile marker for the extended warranty that was issued. Not by much but past the magic number. It is so disappointing to me that a car manufacturer who knows there is a problem, has published information about the problem, will not help because the problem didn't happen to occur until after the magic number of miles. We kept the oil changed regularly and maintained our vehicle which is probably the reason it made it past the magic number....we did what we were supposed to do and now we are faced with a $3000 repair bill. Plus, friends of ours have a Saturn and have had the SAME ISSUE under the magic number of miles, not much, but under. There repair is covered. So sad!! GM knows their is a problem but won't help past the 120,000 miles. Yes I know there must be a cutoff but when you have a faulty product does there really need to be a cutoff?