This is my 5th Saturn, and, by far, the best. It's very practical, with tons of room for passengers and cargo and excellent visibility (no blind spots and you sit high). It's been very reliable and has come in very handy in moving, picking up my friends and their luggage from the airport, going on road trips, etc. It's also as easy as a car to drive (not like a truck) and gets great gas mileage (with the 4-cylinder, manual transmission). And, of course, it still looks new due to its polymer side panels!
Run, Don't Walk away from this vehicle
2003 Saturn VueMrR0ng - Las Vegas, NV10/08/2008
Where do I start? This is a terrible vehicle, and will probably be one of the reasons that Saturn will die as a brand in a year or two. Saturn decided to experiment with a continuously variable transmission in this vehicle, and the experiment was a failure. The tranny lasts about 50k miles. The rear set belts all failed within 5 years. Many, many parts of the vehicle that should last 100k miles have already been changed in this vehicle. It is loud on the freeway, and the seats stain easily. The only good thing about this vehicle is that it has car seat latches in each of the 3 rear seats.
Such a good idea...
2005 Saturn VueKristin - Tampa, FL10/21/2009
I went from a Cougar to this Vue and could not be happier. I wanted something bigger, but not so big that my dog would have a hard time getting in. The car runs super smooth and there's enough room for 5 adults to ride around in. Too bad Saturn's going out of business- it's a great car.
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