I HAVE TO ADMIT, I WAS A LITTLE SCARED, BUT THE PRICE WAS AFFORDABLE. I TEST DROVE MY BABY, AND IT WAS LOVE AT FIRST DRIVE. THE VEHICLE HAS GREAT LOOK APPEAL AND GAS MILEAGE. I WILL RECOMMEND A SATURN VUE TO ANY PERSON WITH KIDS AND DON'T WANT THAT CAR NOTE TO BE A BURDEN ON YOU.
Saturn VUE 2008
2008 Saturn VueFresh - Dalls, TX07/23/2010
The car fits into our overall intended purpose: spacious, safe, medium power, reliable (so far). The vehicle does however comsume a costly amount of gasoline. I would not recommend this vehicle to someone who travel large distances on a regular basis. If you need a family vehicle this one is a good consideration as long as you do not require a lot of bells and whistles.
The transmission is awful
2003 Saturn VueUnsatisfiedVUEOwner - Columbia SC07/29/2009
I bought a 2003 Saturn, right when they came out. At first it was a good car, but after 2 years of owning it came the problems. You press on the gas and nothing happens the car will not go. Even took it in under warranty to try to fix it, but within a few months the problem came back. You would be driving in traffic and all of a sudden it would stop for anywhere to a couple of seconds to several min. I have read web-pages devoted to this issue and no help ever came from the company. Please look elsewhere. I hear the 2006 and more recent VUEs are better, but the 2003 year was a batch of lemons.
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