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2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid Pricing (September 29, 2008)

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 Vue XE/XR and Vue Red Line is listed separately). Each retail facility is responsible for setting it's own selling price.

Saturn.com Updated with 2009 Model Information

Saturn has updated it's corporate website with the brand's 2009 model year information. Visitors are welcomed by an updated home page animation that encourage folks to "meet" their favorite Saturn model. You can build your own 2009 Saturn and take advantage of enhanced shopping and financing tools.

Saturn Teases with a Preview Review of its Advanced 2-Mode Vue Hybrid

2009 Vue 2 Mode Green Line Hybrid

Saturn's Mike Morrissey teased readers on the ImSaturn.com blog with a preview of the brand's upcoming two-mode hybrid Vue sport-utility. He recently met up with the Vue development team to spend a day driving six 2-Mode Vues "fresh from the factory." The new hybrid, due to be release early next year, will give customers a second hybrid alternative in the Vue lineup.

Part 2 of Jalopnik Saturn Vue Hybrid Review

In part two of Jalopnik's review of the 2008 Saturn Vue Hybrid, the automotive blog reinforced its feelings towards the Vue's styling, build quality, and impressive return on investment. "The Saturn Vue Green Line Hybrid takes a good compact SUV, the Vue," writes Jalopnik, "and adds about 40% better fuel economy for a 20% price premium — an excellent trade-off."

Jalopnik Reviews the 2008 Saturn Vue Green Line

Automotive fan blog Jalopnik posted what it's calling "Part 1" of a 2008 Saturn Vue Green Line road test review today. The site was impressed with the Vue and said it "has matured into one of the most attractive small utes on the market today." They were especially fond of the interior: "the Vue's cabin is a pleasant place in which to get from place to place, nicer than its competition and in a totally different class from the previous-generation plastic-paneled Vue."

Astra Mules Used for Latest Chevy Volt Tests

Recent reports indicate that GM's highly-anticipated extended-range electric car, the Chevrolet Volt, has now entered its final phase of development. That means engineers are putting the finishing touches on the packaging of the vehicle. As a result, they're now testing a more production-ready vehicle. Enter the Astra.

Plug-In Hybrid Vue to "Make it to Market in 2011"

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In a story published last week in the Detroit Free Press newspaper, General Motors vice chairman Bob Lutz discussed how GM had selection of a battery provider for the upcoming Chevrolet Volt - a vehicle that he felt shouldn't be defined as a merely a hybrid. More importantly for Saturn fans, he revealed that the Saturn Vue Plug-In Hybrid will be available in 2011.

Saturn Vue Hybrid Has a Lot to Offer

2008 Saturn Vue Green Line

Mark Maynard evaluated the 2008 Saturn Vue Hybrid and liked its good quality and all the features you get for the price. "Standard features include 17-inch chrome-alloy wheels, low-rolling-resistance tires, body-color front and rear fascias, rear spoiler, single-zone automatic air conditioning and steering-wheel-mounted buttons for audio and cruise control," he wrote.

Eighteen 2009 General Motors Models Achieve 30 MPG or More on the Highway

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For 2009, General Motors offers 18 models in the U.S. that get 30 miles per gallon on the highway, more than is expected of any other automaker. They include cars, crossovers and SUVs from GM’s Saturn, Chevrolet, and Pontiac brands. GM is not only poised to lead the industry again this year, but it also leads in subcompact and midsize non-hybrid car segments.

Efficiency First, Power Later in the 2008 Saturn Vue Green Line Hybrid

2008 Saturn Vue Green Line Hybrid

Brian Harper from Canada's National Post reviewed the 2008 Saturn Vue Green Line appreciated the hybrid's fuel economy, but wished the sport-utility had a little more power. The 2.4-liter VVT 172 hp Ecotec four-cylinder "is not exactly bulging with muscle," he wrote, "but it's smooth and it will get the Vue to speed."

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