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Old 01-09-2008, 12:15 AM   #1
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[drupal=1579]Strategic Vision Names Outlook Tops in 'Customer Delight' Survey[/drupal]

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Earlier today the Saturn Outlook was named a leader in Strategic Vision's Customer Delight survey of 2007 cars and trucks. The Outlook not only topped competitors, like the Ford Edge, Subaru B9 Tribeca, and the Nissan Murano in the medium crossover segment, but it also surpassed the Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander, and Mazda CX-9.
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Well deserved. Nice to see my two cars top the list in their respective catagories. The Outlook and the MINI Cooper.
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Its one of the nicest vehicles to drive in a long time...... a serious car to consider if you do alot of highway. Hopefully GM will be able to tweak the gas mileage a bit. Then again, its a vehicle that is bigger than the outgoing Trailblazer/Envoy but gets better mileage.

I hope GM pays attention to the small quality issues/nit-picks and corrects them. If they can overcome these they will win over the Pilot/CX-9?Highlander crowd easily.
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I am a plastic SL2 driver, so a huge cross over Sport Ute like the Outlook still shocks me everytime i see one. What is that Saturn logo doing on the front end of that Sl2 crusher?

Recently, someone we know bought one he says because every Saturn owner he come accross seem to really like their Saturns. I haven't driven or ridden in his yet, but I have looked it over pretty well and i must admit that it appears to be a well thought out and well screwed together truck, car, cross over, Whatever! I much prefer the Vue for it's size alone.
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