2010 Saturn Aura: Specifications and Capacities

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XV Sedan 1SB
XE Sedan 1SP
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XR-L Sedan 1SB
XR-L Premium Sedan 1SP
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XR-L V6 Sedan 1SB
XR-L V6 Premium Sedan 1SP
Curb weight, lbs. (kg) 3426 (1554) 3426 (1554) 3596 (1631)
Cargo volume, cu. ft. (liters) 14.9 (422.0) 14.9 (422.0) 14.9 (422.0)
Fuel capacity, approximate, gallon (liters) 16 (61) 16 (61) 16 (61)
Seating capacity 2/3 2/3 2/3

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