2008 Saturn OutlookDeal Finder - Austin, TX11/29/2011
Our family expanded we needed a bigger vehicle that was not going to expand our budget. This is the first GM product we bought and it has been a wonderful addition. Why Saturn?
The Outlook is the same platform as the Acadia, Traverse, and Enclave; but it comes at deeper discount because the Saturn line was discontinued. You get the better price and all the options. Since the platform is supported for. Other make and models the worry of not being able to find parts is gone. If name brand does not matter and you choose the generic option then this is the vehicle for you.
2009 Saturn OutlookLuv my Outlook - Louisville, KY03/26/2011
I have a 2009 Saturn Outlook XR and I absolutely LOVE this car! I have had it for 2 years now and love it more every day. I got rid of my mom-van and got this Gem. It handles so nicely, it is quiet riding, its sporty and big enough to taxi around my 3 boys.
Has lots of great features. I have the bench-seat middle row and would have rather had the captain chairs but didnt realize they were available. Its not a big deal though because the seats move forward with ease and the 2nd and 3rd rows fold down flat so you have extra cargo space if needed. This has been my all time favorite car! Love, love, love it!!
2009 Saturn OutlookLC - Clinton, MD11/04/2012
I choose the Saturn Outlook because of it's roomy interior and smooth ride. I has 3rd row seating and lots of cargo room. The only drawback is the gas mileage. Seems to eat gas but I love the car and the ride.
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