Owner Story: A New Saturn Family

We purchased our new Aura a month ago. I never dreamed that I would own a Saturn, but the new Outlook and Aura caught my eye. Our daughter and son-in-law were having problems with their 2005 Chrysler Town & Country. I started to do some research on the Outlook, and was impressed with what I read. I told them about the Outlook and showed them pictures. My son in law ask me if I would like to go to the Saturn dealer and take a look. To make a long story short, I sold him on the Outlook. He bought a midnight blue Outlook XE.

While at the dealer I started looking at the Aura. I thought "this is not a bad looking car!" I got in, looked around, and liked what I saw. When I got home I started doing some research on the Aura. To make a long story short, a week later I went back and bought a midnight blue Aura XR. We are now a Saturn family! We love our Saturns!

I have had so many people ask me, "what kind of car is that?" I proudly tell them it's a Saturn Aura. They think its a beautiful car. I don't disagree. But the Aura is also a great driver's car! It handles great, and the ride is very good. I can't say enough about it.

Source: Frank

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