Saturn Dimensions

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The 2009 Saturn Vue is a five-passenger compact SUV that comes in three versions: base XE, midgrade XR and sporting Red Line. The XE comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, air-conditioning, keyless entry, full performance accessories, Onstar telematics, steering-wheel stereo controls, cruise control, a tilt helm, a height-adjustable driver bench and a CD/MP3 audio with radio and an optional stereo slot.

The 2009 Saturn Sky roadster comes in two variations: base and Red Line. Traditional equipment on both Saturn Sky variants include 18-inch wheels, a glass window for the cloth soft top, air-conditioning, full performance accessories, a six-speaker CD/MP3 stereo system (with Ipod connectivity later in the year) and radio.

The 2009 Saturn Outlook is a big crossover SUV with seats for up to eight passengers. There are two trim lines: XE and XR. The base XE features 18-inch wheels, full performance accessories, heated look mirrors, cruise control, air-conditioning with back controls, Onstar, an MP3/CD player and radio.

It costs thousands less than comparably equipped Accords and Camrys -- and it looks, drives and feels like it. Saturn L-series Sedan offers the following pros: Extremely competitive pricing for this segment, customer-focused dealers, strong performance plant with V6, wagon availability.

In the nearly two years that have passed since Saturn brought us the compact Ion sedan and quad coupe, tweaks to improve sound deadening and revisions to the interior that eliminate the mismatched plastics and colors address some of the more glaring problems with the Ion. However, the driving experience remains untouched, and the Ion continues to discourage enthusiastic driving.

The midsize 2009 Saturn Aura family sedan is provided in two versions: XE and XR. The base-model XE comes traditional with 17-inch metal wheels with plastic covers, air-conditioning, full performance accessories, cruise control, a trip computer, Onstar and a six-speaker CD/MP3 stereo system with an optional stereo slot and radio.

It's the best small Saturn in years, but the 2008 Saturn Astra doesn't set any new benchmarks for the small sedan or hatchback segment. Saturn Astra Hatchback offers the following pros: Upscale dashboard layout, two-door model's sharp look look-and-feel, sporty handling. Saturn Astra Hatchback drawbacks are: No sedan version available, missing some increasingly common upscale comfort features.

The Saturn Relay is a minivan from Basic Motors' Saturn make that was presented in 2005. The Saturn Relay is built alongside its sisters, the Buick Terraza, the Chevrolet Uplander, and the Pontiac Montana SV6 in Doraville, Georgia. The Saturn Relay is the first Saturn car without polymer side paneling. The Saturn Relay was presented with a 3.