Saturn Outlook

Saturn Outlook

Posted on by Ralph Kalal 1
Consumer Reports magazine, thought by many to have an institutional bias against American cars and in favor of any Japanese vehicle, is raving about the new Saturn Saturn Outlook crossover. The August issue of the magazine, hitting news stands today, says that the 2007 is one of GM’s best products and real competition for models from Honda and Toyota Toyota . Out of eight mid-size crossovers, the Outlook ranked third, narrowly behind the Toyota Highlander Toyota Highlander Hybrid and the Honda Pilot. The outlook ranked (...)
General Motors has announced that all the 2007 GMC Acadia and Saturn Saturn Outlook will be recalled because of potentially faulty airbag sensors. The recall affects all 13,032 of the vehicles on the road. The problem stems from a faulty sensor that controls the front airbags’ deployment. It will also prevent the vehicle from alerting owners of a malfunction. GM says the problem is a software issue and can be remedied with a service — no parts need to be replaced — at the dealer at no cost to (...)

The 2007 Saturn Outlook Outdoor Adventure Vehicle is a perfect example of how carefully chosen accessories can increase vehicle functionality to reflect a customer’s personal lifestyle. In this case a new Saturn Outlook AWD with the XR Package was optimized for outdoor fun and adventure. This Outlook is equipped with the Enhanced Convenience, Advanced Audio and Touring Packages.

Engineered to provide the ideal balance of style, size and capability, the 2007 Saturn Outlook Saturn Outlook crossover also features a long list of standard equipment and extremely attractive price. Saturn announced today the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) for the front-wheel drive Outlook XE is $27,990. All-wheel drive XE model starts at $29,990. Fuel economy numbers for the Outlook were also announced, with front-wheel-drive models rated at 18 mpg city/26 mpg highway by the EPA, and (...)

Saturn today unveiled the all-new Outlook crossover SUV at the New York International Auto Show. Outlook offers seating for up to eight and combines the capability of an SUV with carlike driving characteristics. Its contemporary styling represents the new face of Saturn design.

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