A Clear "Vue" Ahead

Canada's Richmond Review posted a story about the Saturn Vue Hybrid sport-utility they recently tested. "Sporty looks and good fuel consumption numbers put the Saturn VUE Hybrid in the must-see category of thrifty SUVs," Richmond Review wrote on their website. What else did they have to say? Read on.

Want an SUV but feel like you'd need extra dark privacy tinted windows to shield yourself from the scorn of newly minted "green" drivers? Thankfully, if you still crave off-road ruggedness in your ride, Saturn has the answer. It's called the Vue Hybrid. Now, a few other manufacturers have a hybrid to offer that can carry more than two people and bag or two of groceries. But too often they are pretty bland designs, bereft of style. Not so with the Vue Hybrid which features the benefits of a low-emission, low fuel consumption vehicle with a contemporary body. In fact, the Vue Hybrid is a study of contrasts, because just when you think a certain way, it surprises you. Overall, the Vue Hybrid is a breath of fresh air in terms of styling and economy. You can look the rugged part as you head for the hills and go easy on the environment as you get there.

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From BusinessWeek.com: As gasoline prices continue to soar, U.S. drivers will probably start buying more small, European-style cars. The new Saturn is virtually identical to the Continental European Opel Astra, the British Vauxhall Astra, and the Australian Holden Astra. That's a good thing when it comes to handling.