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Outlook Sprearheaded GM's New Approach to Improving Vehicle Quality

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The Detroit News published an interesting story today about General Motors' latest approach to improving quality. One of the first vehicles that reportedly went through the new process early on was Saturn's Outlook crossover utility.

Saturn Retail Sales Rose 12% in 2007

2007 was a good year for Saturn. The brand completed the first phase of its product revitalization with the launch of the 2008 Saturn Astra, leaving the Sky roadster as the oldest model in its lineup.

Strategic Vision Names Outlook Tops in 'Customer Delight' Survey

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Earlier today the Saturn Outlook was named a leader in Strategic Vision's Customer Delight survey of 2007 cars and trucks. The Outlook not only topped competitors, like the Ford Edge, Subaru B9 Tribeca, and the Nissan Murano in the medium crossover segment, but it also surpassed the Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander, and Mazda CX-9.

Outlook Adventure, Gravana Sky to be Featured at 2007 SEMA Show

Enthusiasts seeking the perfect vehicle to personalize will hit the jackpot with this year's GM portfolio at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show. The show opens October 31st, and runs through November 3rd in the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Saturn to Unveil Four New Models in NY

General Motors will unveil a dramatically revitalized Saturn lineup with production versions of the all-new 2007 Saturn Aura midsize sedan, Saturn Sky Red Line performance roadster and Saturn Outlook crossover vehicle at the 2006 New York International Auto Show.

Saturn Has Big Plans for NY Show

More and more information is trickling in about Saturn's plans for the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) next month. While Saturn has not officially announced whether or not it will have any debuts at the show, rumors suggest that Saturn will have three, yes three, never-before-seen vehicles on display.

Saturn Outlook 'Distinctively Different'

In the past, General Motors had a bad habit "badge-engineering" models in an effort to increase its economies of scale, as it minimized cost investments. While company officials would've liked to believe that different grill and trim treatments differentiated otherwise look-alike models, its customers weren't fooled.

Outlook Not Cancelled, Saturn Has 'Solid Future'

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Based on the number of e-mails I've received over the past day or two, there seems to be some unnecessary confusion surrounding the status of Saturn's upcoming midsize sport-utility. Despite what some automotive websites have recently reported, the Outlook has not been cancelled.

The Sky... and Beyond

In the beginning, back in the early '90s, Saturn had the three elements of enduring brands -- innovative and high quality product, great marketing, and a terrific retail experience. So what happened?

Larger Saturn SUV to be Called 'Outlook'

Saturn announced today something that's been a rumored at SaturnFans.com for quite sometime: its all-new midsize crossover utility slated to debut in late 2006 will be named "Outlook."

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Saturn Lineup Could Grow to Eight Models by 2011

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Analysts are still pouring over data released by the United Auto Workers as part their negotiated deal with General Motors.