Weidel on the 2008 Saturn Sky Red Line

From TheWeeklyDriver.com: Needing a little "bling" in its lineup, Saturn finally convinced parent company General Motors a sports car could elicit positive results. Overall, Saturn's first entry into the convertible world has received positive marks for handling, appearance and price. The attractive Sky has a wide stance, curvy edges and a slim front grille that sits high enough so there are no worries about scraping it against a curb.

My first encounter with the Sky came a year ago when I drove the distinctive yellow-colored, two-seat roadster. It was too eye-catching for my tastes. For my week with the 2008 model, a less distinctive silver model was more to my liking.

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