Vue has always offered a wide range of powertrain choices, allowing customers to select the driving dynamics that fit their personal needs and style without sacrificing power, performance or efficiency.
With dynamic design and quick, agile performance, the Sky roadster delivers a bold message about the next generation of vehicles from Saturn. The Sky is the first Saturn to feature the brand’s new design language, which will carry forward to future products.
The Relay crossover sport van offers smooth sedan performance, bold SUV styling and the interior space and versatility of a van. For 2007, Saturn upgrades the seven-passenger Relay with the GM 3.9L V-6 with variable valve timing (VVT) as standard on all models. This powerful and refined V-6 delivers 240 horsepower (179 kW) and 240 lb.-ft. (325 Nm) of torque.
Ion continues to demonstrate Saturn’s commitment to provide excellent customer care with value, refinement, comfort and safety. With estimated fuel economy ratings of 35 miles per gallon on the highway and a standard 145-horsepower engine, the Ion helps small-car buyers save some money at the pump without sacrificing performance.
Earlier this year, General Motors awarded Gravana a Saturn Sky
roadster to increase enthusiasm for the Saturn in the aftermarket community. Gravana has quickly become a leader in the industry in New Aftermarket Product Development and product selection for several new GM brands. In particular, Gravana’s recent success with a new line of products for the Ion and Ion Red Line has generated a solid following for the company among Saturn fans.
Gravana’s product line-up for the refined Saturn (...) > Full story
The already notorious Pontiac Solstice
is about to be cloned with a more elegant skin as the Saturn
Sky for the US and Opel GT for the European market. The new comers will use the same “Kappa” production platform as the Pontiac
, but will be distinctive in terms of design.
Today, Saturn announced that the 2007 Sky Red Line will be available this fall at a starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $27,895 (including destination charges). Retailers are now taking orders for the turbocharged variant of the Sky roadster, which is one of the hottest selling cars in the auto market.
The Sky Red Line features the 2.0L Ecotec Turbo engine, equipped with direct injection technology. It produces 260 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. of torque, making it General (...) > Full story
It looks as though Saturn will have another hit to celebrate along with the Sky roadster. The Vue Green Line SUV will be priced at $22,995, nearly $4000 less than the nearest competitor.
It also offers the best highway fuel economy among all current SUVs with an EPA rating of 27/32 mpg city/highway. This is a 20-percent improvement over the standard Vue.
The vehicle is not short on power, either. A 2.4 liter hybrid powertrain will deliver 170 hp from the combined gas engine and electric (...) > Full story
Saturn announced today that the new 2007 Vue Green Line hybrid SUV will carry a starting price of $22,995 (including destination charge), making it the lowest-priced hybrid SUV on the market.
In addition to its value price, Vue Green Line will carry an EPA fuel economy rating of 27 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway – the best highway fuel economy of any SUV currently available. That equates a to 20 percent improvement in fuel economy compared to a non-hybrid Vue, depending on (...) > Full story
General Motors’ Bob Lutz has high expectations for Saturn
this year — he says it will be the company’s hottest brand.
Lutz credited the expansion to the new Saturn lineup. Saturn dealers already are sold out of the new Sky roadster into next year, Lutz said. Dealers will get the Aura sedan, Outlook crossover, Vue Green line hybrid crossover and a Sky Red line high-performance roadster this year. Saturn will get a rebadged Opel Astra sedan next year to replace the Ion.
Saturn sold (...) > Full story