Saturn Outlook Crossovers

Saturn Outlook

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.

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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.

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.

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.

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