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Flashback Friday: the Last 2009 Saturn Sky

Flashback Friday: the Last 2009 Saturn Sky

For this week's installment of Flashback Friday, we only have to look back a little more than three months to this past spring. The date was Wednesday, May 20th, 2009 to be exact. On that day, GM's Boxwood Assembly Plant in Wilmington, DE built the last Saturn Sky.

Motor Trend: Penske Hopes to "Use a Competitor’s Excess North American Capacity" for New Saturns

Samsung SM3

Motor Trend reports in its September 2009 issue that Roger Penske ultimately plans to sell Saturn vehicles that are built in North America. The magazine speculates that next-generation Saturn vehicles will be based on Renault-Samsung-Nissan models, which will be built in Nissan North American factories that have excess, spare capacity.

Owner Story: Vacationing with the Vue and a RV Trailer

2009 Saturn Vue with RV Trailer

Many years ago, my wife and I started doing camping using the minimal equipment: a tent, a Coleman LP stove and a cooler. We were young and soon discovered that even if this kind of camping can be fun for a few days, living in such minimalist gears during two or three weeks is not the same story. When you want to do "serious" camping, you need serious equipment. And a RV is almost mandatory! But what kind of RV can you afford when you don't want to change your car for a large F-350 pick-up truck?

Saturn Vue Specifications

Saturn Vue Specifications

Could this be the Next Saturn Sky?

Could this be the Next Saturn Sky?

From the Detroit Free Press: French automaker Peugeot - frequently mentioned as a possible supplier of future Saturn cars - is to unveil the sleek RCZ coupe at the Frankfurt Auto Show next month. Very reminiscent of the Audi TT, the four-seat RCZ should go on sale in Europe next year.

Saturn Vue Hybrid Called One of the "Best Deals of the Month" by IntelliChoice

2008 Saturn Vue Green Line

IntelliChoice.com, the leading source for automotive ownership cost and value analysis, today announced its "Best Deals of the Month" for new cars for August 2009. To determine its picks, IntelliChoice analyzes monthly values for new cars and trucks based on the seven primary factors that determine a vehicle's long-term ownership costs: fuel economy, maintenance, repair, retained or resale value, licensing, state fees and taxes. Using these seven factors, IntelliChoice determines what it costs to own and operate new cars over five years.

Random Article from the SaturnFans.com Archives

Enter to Win a Sky, Find Your Lost Highway with Bon Jovi and Saturn

Bon Jovi Lost Highway Album Cover

Over the past 25 year, Bon Jovi has gone from performing in small clubs in New Jersey to selling out stadiums around the world. Through it all, they have not lost sight of who they are, where they're from, and how they can make a difference. Much in the same way as Saturn has been rethinking how they do things, Bon Jovi has been rethinking what it means to truly be a rock star. It is because of his and Saturn's shared vision of a better future that Saturn is supporting Bon Jovi's Lost Highway tour.