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2010 Saturn Aura: Dimensions

Published dimensions indicated are without optional equipment or accessories. Additional accessories or equipment ordered at the customer's request can result in a minor change in these dimensions.

2010 Saturn Outlook: Dimensions

Published dimensions indicated are without optional equipment or accessories. Additional accessories or equipment ordered at the customer's request can result in a minor change in these dimensions.

2010 Saturn Aura: Specifications and Capacities

2010 Saturn Aura: RPO Codes

2010 Saturn Vue: Dimensions

Published dimensions indicated for the 2010 Saturn Vue are without optional equipment or accessories. Additional accessories or equipment ordered at the customer's request can result in a minor change in these dimensions. All dimensions in inches (mm) unless otherwise stated.

2010 Saturn Vue: Trailering and Transmission Specifications

Maximum trailer ratings are calculated assuming standard equipped vehicle, driver and required trailering equipment. The weight of optional equipment, passengers and cargo will reduce the maximum trailer weight your vehicle can tow.

2010 Saturn Outlook: Trailering and Transmission Specifications

Maximum trailer ratings are calculated assuming standard equipped vehicle, driver, and required trailering equipment. The weight of optional equipment, passengers and cargo will reduce the maximum trailer weight your vehicle can tow. 10% to 15% of the trailer weight is the recommended trailer tongue load.

2010 Saturn Vue: Wheels

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Flashback Friday: How Saturn Built a Brand

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Saturn launched its lineup of compact sedans and coupes in the fall of 1990 as an relatively unknown and untested manufacturer of "a different kind of car." The Saturn team did the impossible by implementing a set of strategies that included building quality vehicles and crafting an intriguing message that attracted car buyers who had written off domestic cars long ago. That was no small feat. In his book, "Building Strong Brands," author David Aaker set out to "not only to describe what was done but also to suggest the logic behind the strategies: why they were pursued, and how they were intended to contribute to the brand." He concluded that "although certainly some elements of the Saturn strategy may have been critical, it was the synergy of the total program rather than the power of any single element - that led to its success."