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"Off-Roading" in the Outlook

"Off-Roading" in the Outlook

Well, off-roading might be a bit of a stretch. We were in Ohio this past weekend for my sister's wedding, and visited some relatives who were staying at a nearby campground. Some of the RV sites were only accessible via short gravel spurs off the main paved loop at the resort. So technically we did go off road, but admittedly we probably didn't go much over 10 miles per hour...

2008 Vue Red Line Emblem

2008 Vue Red Line Emblem

View photos of the 2008 Saturn Vue Red Line in the SaturnFans.com photo gallery.

Totally Green Sweepstakes

Totally Green Sweepstakes

View more photos of the Saturn Vue in the SaturnFans.com photo gallery.

AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Awards

AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Awards

Saturn's Sky and Vue were big winners in the 2008 AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Survey.

Vintage Saturn Photos

Vintage Saturn Photos

Saturn has been busy posting a growing collection of "vintage" Saturn pictures dating back to the late 1980s and early 1990s over on their ImSaturn website. Included in the album are classic S-Series advertising and plant photos, like this picture of the first Saturn ever built: a medium red 1991 SL2.

Planet Green Network Logo

Planet Green Network Logo

2008 Saturn Vue Green Line Hybrid

2008 Saturn Vue Green Line Hybrid

Click here for more photos of the 2008 Saturn Vue Green Line hybrid.

2007 Saturn Outlook XR

2007 Saturn Outlook XR

Click here for more photos of the Saturn Outlook.

Edmunds 'Consumer Top Rated' Award

Edmunds 'Consumer Top Rated' Award

Edmunds.com said the 2008 Saturn Astra XR 3-door is Consumers' Top Rated Coupe for Under $25k.

Electric Saturn Sky

Electric Saturn Sky

AMP Motorworks is taking orders to convert gasoline-powered Saturn Skys to roadsters that run on 100% electric power.

Random Article from the SaturnFans.com Archives

Report: Saturns Yield Some of the Most Affordable Insurance Rates

Piggy Bank

Earlier this month, Insure.com compiled a list of 300 vehicles and their associated insurance premiums. On the list of the 20 least expensive cars to insure was the Saturn Vue, ranking ninth. For those of you who don't own a Vue, you'll be happy to know that most Saturn models did well in their categories. The only exceptions were Saturn's hybrid models, which due to their electrified powertrains, are more expensive to replace in the event of a collision. Despite these higher premiums, Saturn hybrids still managed to rank in the middle of their respective classes.