2010 Saturn Outlook: Changes for ’10

New Features for '10

  • XV model
  • XE Premium model
  • XR-L and XR-L Premium models
  • (UUI) AM/FM stereo with CD player and MP3 playback and USB port
  • (UUJ) AM/FM stereo with 2 disc players and USB port
  • (UUM) AM/FM stereo with MP3 compatible CD player with 6" touch screen navigation and USB port
  • (U4H) AM/FM stereo with MP3 compatible CD/DVD player and DVD-based with 6" touch screen navigation and USB port
  • (PCP) Personal Connectivity Package, includes (UE1) OnStar and (UPF) Bluetooth for phone

Changes for '10

  • (UK6) rear audio system controls with 2 headphone jacks has a new RPO code of (ULD)
  • (PCJ) Bose Audio Package, is no longer available, content remains available or standard
  • (PCN) Bose Surround Sound Audio Package, is no longer available, content remains available or standard
  • (PDC) Convenience Package, is no longer available, content remains available or standard
  • (PDD) Enhanced Convenience Package, is no longer available, content remains available or standard
  • (PCM) Preferred Package, is no longer available, content remains available or standard
  • (PCZ) Touring Package content now standard to XR Premium model

Deletions

  • (UVA) AM/FM stereo with MP3 compatible CD/DVD player
  • (UZR) AM/FM stereo with MP3 compatible CD/DVD player and DVD-based navigation
  • (U3R) AM/FM stereo with MP3 compatible CD player and DVD-based navigation,
  • (12U) Garnet exterior color
  • (25U) Midnight Blue exterior color

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