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Customer Review Summary for Saturn Convertibles
So much fun
2007 Saturn SkyL J - Temecula, CA11/22/2015
This is a fun car to drive if you don't have a family/kids. You will feel everything about the road, but that's what makes driving this car enjoyable. The convertible top is pretty easy to use, but beware: you will have no trunk/storage space when the top is down.
2008 Saturn Sky Redline
2008 Saturn SkyKY-Mike - Louisville, KY10/16/2010
Awesome performance - straight line and curves. Extremely fun to drive. After you get past that, the build quality is not good and parts are not in great supply (although the ones available are reasonably priced). My Sky had the US9 radio - which includes a 6 CD system with premium sound. It sounds great but provides no iPod interface (other than a plug or the purchase of GM's PAL system which does a OK job of integration). The seats are not comfortable over a long trip, but they do hold well when driving spirited.
Be careful that the BOTTOM of panels are not damaged before buying. They are known for having damaged fender bottoms (behind the front tires). If these have cracks, they tend to spread.
Overall, a fun roadster that tends to have build issues (not engine and transmission - just body panels and user touch points). Also seems to be a reasonable price for such a high performance vehicle.
You can't beat the price!
2007 Saturn SkySeaSkyGirl - Seattle05/29/2008
The Sky is amazing! I love the way it handles and the way the cabin is designed. Is it impractical..sure! It's a roadster...they're all impractical. The little idiocincrisies are what make it interesting.
You want to haul stuff...buy a truck.
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