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Eight Vue Articles Added to the SaturnFans.com Links Directory

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Eight articles were added to the 2008 Saturn Vue section of the SaturnFans.com Links directory tonight. These Vue-related stories include road test reviews from New Car Test Drive, the Star Phoenix, and the New York Times.

Test Drive Saturn's New Lineup at the Atlanta-Journal Constitution International Auto Show

Consumers attending the Atlanta-Journal Constitution International Auto Show Thursday through Sunday, April 24-27 will have a unique opportunity to truly 'experience' the GM display by getting behind the wheel and test driving many of General Motors’ hottest new vehicles.

To Boost Sales, Saturn Rethinks Itself – Again

Business Week magazine offers an in-depth look at the "rethinking" behind Saturn's new advertising campaign that's set to kick-off later tonight. Look for the new ads to have a more sophisticated flair than in the past, something Saturn hopes will reinforce the fact that its new lineup of smart, chic cars and sport-utilities.

New Saturn Ad Campaign to Debut Monday

Saturn will be launching its next television ad campaign on Monday, according to a post on Saturn's social networking site, ImSaturn.com. The new spot will feature the all-new 2008 Vue sport-utility.

Vue Plug-In Hybrid Work "Proceeding Nicely"

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From Edmunds.com: Bob Kruse, the automaker's executive director of global vehicle engineering, participated in a GMnext.com chat session last week and updated participants on the progress of the Volt and the Saturn Vue plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. "Both programs are proceeding nicely," he said.

If Ever There was a Car Company Living the Cinderella Story, It's Saturn

From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: After years of having a lineup that included cars so mediocre that Saturn was consigned to forlornly sitting by the automotive industry "fireplace" dreaming of the big dance, while the competition went to the ball and gathered admirers. Not any more.

How to Save $12,000 by Buying a 2008 Saturn Vue Green Line Hybrid

From GlobeandMail.com: The Vue hybrid interested me for a couple of reasons. First, it's an all-new model for 2008. Second, Canada's auto journos — the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada — voted it best new vehicle in its class. By the way, that was a decision that took me by surprise and appeared to even to shock GM Canada's people. But there you go.

More 2009 Saturn Model Year Information

2009 Saturn Sky

New information about Saturn's upcoming 2009 models was just released, and as a result, we now know what changes are in store for the '09 Outlook, Vue, and Sky. Information about the '09 Aura was posted towards the end of last month. As previously posted with the Aura, this information is subject to change prior to the start of production.

New Saturn Advertising Campaign to Highlight Aura, Outlook, and Vue Models

From MotorTrend.com: GM's Saturn car division is launching an all-new advertising campaign that it hopes will help give the brand a much-needed boost, reports Automotive News. The campaign, which set to debut in late April, will highlight the Aura, Outlook and Vue models and has been designed to help establish a more focused marketing vision for the brand.

Driving the '08 Saturn Vue Hybrid Green Line

From CNET.com: One year after the introduction of the 2007 Vue Green Line, Saturn has brought out a significantly revised version of the model. The 2008 Vue Green Line may share most of the tech features of the original model, but its exterior design shows that Saturn has spent a busy 12 months at the drawing board.

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GM Announces Significant Production Cuts for Q1 2009

General Motors announced today a significant reduction of planned production for the first quarter of 2009 due to the ongoing and severe drop in industry sales, which were down 36% in November overall and 41% for GM (2007 vs. 2008). The impact of these and recently announced actions to adjust production with market demand, will result in the temporary idling of approximately 30% of GM's North American assembly plant volume during the first quarter of 2009 and will remove approximately 250,000 units from production.