2009 Models

Report: GM Stopped Production of all Saturns Last Thursday

David Thomas from Cars.com: Current owners' warranties are still fully backed by GM and will be serviced by other GM brand dealerships — Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC and Buick. As of September 1, Saturn's total inventory was 14,700 units, according to Automotive News data. Saturn representatives say there is an inventory of 12,000 vehicles on dealer lots and in transit.

2010 Saturn Vue: Dimensions

Published dimensions indicated for the 2010 Saturn Vue are without optional equipment or accessories. Additional accessories or equipment ordered at the customer's request can result in a minor change in these dimensions. All dimensions in inches (mm) unless otherwise stated.

Powertrain: 2.4L Ecotec I4 VVT

Late 2009 Saturn Outlooks Sport Larger Rear Storage Compartment and Opening

Late 2009 Saturn Outlooks Sport Larger Rear Storage Compartment and Opening

Late in the 2009 model year, Saturn made a change to the under-the-floor rear storage compartment in the cargo behind the vehicle's third row seats.

Cars.com Calls Second Generation Vue One of the "10 Most Improved Cars of the 2000s"

With 2010 model year vehicles already on dealer lots, Cars.com editors reminisced on the good, the bad, and the ugly of the past decade to compile their top ten most-improved and worst cars of the decade. "Despite the current gloom, automakers have really stepped up the past decade and have put out some great vehicles," says Patrick Olsen, editor in chief of Cars.com. "We've seen mass adoption of new vehicle types like crossovers and hybrids. On the other hand, we've also seen a lot of duds."

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2008 Saturn Outlook Print Ad

2008 Saturn Outlook Print Ad

I don't know when I started receiving "Dwell" magazine, and I don't know why. Neither my wife nor I can recall subscribing to it, but its been showing up in our mailbox every month. I'm guessing it was a gift, but I feel bad for not remembering who might have given me the subscription. Maybe I was on a mailing list and I'm now "test driving" the magazine for free for a few months...