2009 Saturn Sky Pricing (September 29, 2008)

These figures are Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices for the 2009 Saturn Sky and do not include taxes, title, license fees, or optional equipment. Each retail facility is responsible for setting it's own selling price. Remember, Saturn may change prices, equipment, and specifications at any time without notice, so please check your retailer for the most up-to-date prices. The prices shown below were effective as of September 29, 2008.

Base Vehicle Prices (1) (includes destination freight charges) Sky Sky
Red Line
Ecotec 2.4L DOHC VVT 4-cylinder/5-speed short-throw manual $27,940 NA
Ecotec 2.0L DOHC VVT 4-cylinder turbocharged engine/5-speed short-throw manual NA
Option Packages
Premium Trim: Leather seat inserts, steering wheel auxiliary audio controls, metallic finish sill plates, stainless steel footrest, clutch, brake and accelerator pedal covers, leather shift knob (manual only) and Bluetooth connectivity for phone $795 NA
Weekend Getaway: Console storage bag, trunk storage bag, windscreen, all weather floor mats and molded splash guards $790 $790
Optional Equipment
Leather seat trim NA $475
5-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission $995 $995
Decklid spoiler $350 $350
Monsoon® 225-watt 7-speaker premium audio system $395 $395
AM/FM stereo with six-disc in-dash CD/MP3 player (requires Monsoon 225-watt 7-speaker premium audio system) $295 $295
18-inch chrome-plated alloy wheels $795 $545
Exterior Colors
Sunburst Yellow $195 $195
Custom color and trim combination (2) $590 $590

1. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Tax, title, license, retailer fees and optional equipment are extra. Destination freight charges included. Each retailer sets its own price.

2. Custom color and trim combination is limited to sold orders only.

Source: Saturn

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