It has a special cargo pop up container in the rear for groceries, flowers, etc. Smart Slide Seat With the pull of one lever, the second-row seat bottom flips up and the seatback slides forward, easing access to the Outlook's roomy third row. Saturn claims third row is big enough to seat adults comfortably, and with useable storage behind it. The Outlook is available in front- or all-wheel drive. Gas mileage is very good considering the power the engine produces. Vehicle Details From the windshield to the tailgate, we found the Outlook's passenger cabin attractive and comfortable. Again, said officer took great joy in watching me first reach for the door panel and then fumble around the gear lever looking for the right button to push in order to hand over my documents.
The Outlook is available in front- or all-wheel drive. The second pain in the butt is the centrally mounted power window switch gear. The overall look remains the same, though, as this is just the fourth year of production, and the vehicle isn't quite ready for a complete makeover. The rest of the kilometers were in the city 34 percent , in heavy traffic 5 percent , and in the suburbs 0 percent. They also said I was approved but then said i had to show them my bank statements for the last 4months to make sure my checks are really getting deposited. Have had to replace brake pads normally and just had to replace rotors and calipers, but what do you expect with this many miles. Has been good on tires too.
Bought one new and have 45000 miles on it. Doors are ding resistant and look same as the day I bought it - no fading, no dents. This version promises to become the most popular model as it has almost as much get-up-and-go as the V6 yet uses less fuel than the front-wheel-drive, four-cylinder model. Coming this summer, as an early 2007 model, is the new Vue Green Line model - the first gasoline-electric hybrid passenger vehicle to be offered by General Motors. I would definitely recommend this car. My 06 Saturn Vue is one of the best I've ever owned. I own my business and bought multiple brand new cars and not once have been asked this so needless to say they ran my credit just to be nosy in my bank statements.
For a rather large vehicle I think 21-22 on hwy is pretty good, and 12-14 towing the boat. The 2009 Saturn Outlooks in this analysis were driven mostly on the highway at an average speed of 61 miles per hour about 44 percent of the miles driven. Definitly going Michelin this time, no more Bridgestones for me! It has a special cargo pop up container in the rear for groceries, flowers, etc. From just about any standpoint, it all comes together with but two major boils — neither of which is, sadly, of the squeezable variety. Our biggest grumble - and it's a small one - is that the economy-tuned transmission can be reluctant to shift to the lower gears when you need a little extra acceleration. I regret that they no longer make the model or the brand.
Has been good on tires too. All in all, a great car for a great price. In sum: the '04-'07 V6 Vues are one of the best-kept secrets in the last decade's worth of domestic car production. The second pain in the butt is the centrally mounted power window switch gear. Regarding power: the V6 has a 3. Replaced the timing belt at 90,000 miles too. It does better on the highway, upwards of 24-33.
Getting ready to purchase my second set. This vehicle has done everything I have asked it to do. Big Third-Row Seat Unlike so many third rows that are best suited for small people and short trips, the Outlook's roomy back row doesn't feel at all like a penalty box. Lots of fun to drive. I wanted and all round vehicle to haul a small boat through the mountains 600 miles without suffering a gas gusselling V8 and larger vehicle. Have had to replace brake pads normally and just had to replace rotors and calipers, but what do you expect with this many miles.
I get 30mpg on the road and 22 in town regularly. On our longest drives we found the seats especially comfortable. Would be nice if it got better fuel economy from the beginning and improved from that point. Definitly going Michelin this time, no more Bridgestones for me! Heading in, we knew that the '04 to '07 V6 Vues featured Honda-built engines and transmissions, but had no idea just exactly how powerful and reliable that powertrain would be over the life of the vehicle. This version promises to become the most popular model as it has almost as much get-up-and-go as the V6 yet uses less fuel than the front-wheel-drive, four-cylinder model. And enough pluck to pick through 8 a.
This vehicle has done everything I have asked it to do. It is a large engine 3. The Vue also has the required versatility — it will accommodate five in comfort, there is plenty of cargo space 30. The Outlook's smooth and sophisticated 3. Wife gets 20 in town, with short stop and go drive to work. The all-wheel-drive system makes sure the power gets to the pavement efficiently. As for resale value, we expect the Saturn Outlook to prove more resilient than both the Freestyle and Pacifica.
The only other vehicle I've owned that I say would even come close to being better than this vehicle is my old 94 Toyota Camry. . Who do you think you are? The clean, Acura… Saturn's little PreVue crossover has three, not five doors. Heading in, we knew that the '04 to '07 V6 Vues featured Honda-built engines and transmissions, but had no idea just exactly how powerful and reliable that powertrain would be over the life of the vehicle. When it comes to power, the Vue is not shy — the Honda- derived 3. Recently I've had to replace some lifters because I was getting a shimmy going down the highway. And enough pluck to pick through 8 a.
The rest of the vehicle — the space frame and horizontal panels — is constructed of steel, which imparts the strength and structural integrity required to withstand an impact, as well as giving the suspension a decent base of operations. It's 178 inches overall, on a 106. Wife gets significantly less in town. That weight, however, does add to the safety of the vehicle. I can make to work and back 4 times before I have to fill up again and that includes running around town.