Vehicle is comfortable and stylish; however completely unreliable. I have problems with it every month.
2008 Saturn OutlookAlan - Nashville, TN11/15/2010
Great vehicle for the money. We looked at used Outlooks, Enclaves, Traverses, and Acadias, and I believe that the Outlook provided the best value. Trimmed out similar to the Enclaves, for several thousand $$'s less on the used market. Love the quad seats, leather, dual sun roofs. Plenty of power. A little thirsty, but that's what I expected.
Review of 2007 Saturn Outlook
2007 Saturn OutlookMr. P - Atlanta, GA08/08/2011
This model is the 4th Saturn vehicle we have purchased. We were looking for a large crossover vehicle that would enable us to travel with our older children and their dog. The extra width of the body allows all passengers to sit comfortably for long trips. There is a great amount of cargo room when the 3rd row seat is folded down.
The fuel mileage is somewhat reduced when driving in town(around 16 mpg with constant AC), but I was impressed with the 26 mpg I earned on a recent trip. That's only one mpg less than I received with my Saturn Vue and it's a small SUV.
Both my wife and I were enamored with the overall styling. The combination of red pearl exterior and tan interior sold us immediately on the general beauty of the car.
Lastly, as a lifelong sporstcar owner, I have been very impressed with the steering and handling of such a large vehicle.
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