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Charlie 10-25-2008 03:56 PM

2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid Pricing (September 29, 2008)
 
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[drupal=2664]2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid Pricing (September 29, 2008)[/drupal]

[quote]These figures are Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices for the 2009 Saturn Vue. Prices do not include taxes, title, license fees, or optional equipment (pricing for the [URL="http://www.saturnfans.com/cars/vue/2009-saturn-vue-xexr-pricing-september-29-2008"]Vue XE/XR[/URL] and [URL="http://www.saturnfans.com/cars/vue/2009-saturn-vue-red-line-pricing-september-29-2008"]Vue Red Line[/URL] is listed separately). Each retail facility is responsible for setting it's own selling price.[/quote]

darnell89 10-26-2008 06:23 PM

Re: 2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid Pricing (September 29, 2008)
 
I'm still disappointed that the Vue Hybrid version, doesn't offer a navigation system, or a AWD version. I might as well buy a Ford Escape Hybrid, or Toyota Highlander. I will get more features than what the 2009 Vue offers. Nobody really care for a bluetooth bulit in to the onstar. I can use my bluetooth headset that connects to my phone. You are still not getting much with the almost $29,000 starting sticker price.

tackepj 10-27-2008 06:34 AM

Re: 2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid Pricing (September 29, 2008)
 
Wow.

The base price of a Ford Escape Hybrid (FWD) is now only $680 more than the VUE. That's hardly any difference at all. I'm sure the VUE has more standard equipment, but the Ford will yield better city and combined mileage.

I love our 2007 hybrid VUE, but one of my favorite features about it was its value. The base price for the '07 was $22,995...several thousand less than the Escape hybrid. Too bad--it's really a nice, simple hybrid system for not much money, but it isn't reflected in the price anymore. :no:

And yes, darnell89, too bad about the lack of AWD and nav system. I guess since it's such a limited production model they kept the options to a minimum. Looks like the base price for the AWD Escape hybrid is $31,780...

darnell89 10-27-2008 07:05 AM

Re: 2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid Pricing (September 29, 2008)
 
[QUOTE=tackepj;1337700]Wow.

The base price of a Ford Escape Hybrid (FWD) is now only $680 more than the VUE. That's hardly any difference at all. I'm sure the VUE has more standard equipment, but the Ford will yield better city and combined mileage.

I love our 2007 hybrid VUE, but one of my favorite features about it was its value. The base price for the '07 was $22,995...several thousand less than the Escape hybrid. Too bad--it's really a nice, simple hybrid system for not much money, but it isn't reflected in the price anymore. :no:

And yes, darnell89, too bad about the lack of AWD and nav system. I guess since it's such a limited production model they kept the options to a minimum. Looks like the base price for the AWD Escape hybrid is $31,780...[/QUOTE]


Tackepj, I would buy a Vue Hybrid, but the price isn't worth it. Like you said your 07 was about 23,000 vs. the 09's almost $29,000 sticker price. SATURN used to be so cheap on their prices, but now it's way too much for a SATURN. I couldn't see paying that much, when I can get a XE version, even the XE is a bit steep. I would pay what ever the price is for the 2-mode, because it has more options, even though their isn't a AWD option.

(I Can't wait to see the arm and leg price of the 2-mode Vue.)

onefunkar 10-27-2008 07:49 AM

Re: 2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid Pricing (September 29, 2008)
 
we have a large selection of vue hybrids but nobody wants them

K-1 10-27-2008 07:54 AM

Re: 2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid Pricing (September 29, 2008)
 
[QUOTE=darnell89;1337711]Tackepj, I would buy a Vue Hybrid, but the price isn't worth it. Like you said your 07 was about 23,000 vs. the 09's almost $29,000 sticker price. SATURN used to be so cheap on their prices, but now it's way too much for a SATURN. I couldn't see paying that much, when I can get a XE version, even the XE is a bit steep. I would pay what ever the price is for the 2-mode, because it has more options, even though their isn't a AWD option.

(I Can't wait to see the arm and leg price of the 2-mode Vue.)[/QUOTE]Get used to it. Vehicle prices for all brands are going up. Compact cars are [B]starting[/B] at mid-size prices of just a few years ago. Look at car prices in Europe - that's where we're headed.


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