- : 1914
During its peak the Saxon name was a household word. A brand new Saxon roadster sold for $395, and its operating cost was advertised as ½ cent per mile. Electric lights and a starter were available as options costing an additional $70. It featured a “high speed motor” that was light, powerful, efficient and durable. A 1914 Saxon traveled from New York to San Francisco in 30 days which was quite an achievement for the times.