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Used Saturn Outlook

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2009 Saturn Outlook What's new for 2009? 
2009 Saturn Outlook

A revised 3.6-liter engine produces more power this year, while new features include standard leather seating on XR trims, an available 5.1 Bose Cabin Surround Sound Audio system and a new rear backup camera for vehicles not equipped with a navigation view screen.

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2008 Saturn Outlook What's new for 2008? 
2008 Saturn Outlook

A rear backup camera is added to the navigation option, while XM Satellite Radio becomes standard. Improvements for 2008 include an "Intelligent" all-wheel-drive feature, Panic Brake Assist and the repositioning of the rear wiper control from the stalk to the center console.

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2007 Saturn Outlook What's new for 2007? 
2007 Saturn Outlook

For families that don't tow trailers or go off-road, the Saturn Outlook is a more user-friendly, more economical option than a full-size SUV.

About Saturn Outlook

The 2009 Saturn Outlook is part of a family of three-row crossover vehicles that include the Buick Enclave, GMC Acadia and Chevrolet Traverse. For most families, the Outlook offers all the relevant capability of GM's three-row, truck-based SUVs, but with better ride and handling, easier entry and exit and better fuel economy. The Outlook and its GM brethren appear poised for unprecedented success in a category pioneered by the now-defunct Chrysler Pacifica and still competitive Ford Taurus X, not to mention the all-new Ford Edge.