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Saturn Outlook
Saturn
aka
Production 2007-2010
Class Mid-Size Crossover SUV
Body Style 5-door Wagon
Length 201.1 in.
Width 87.2 in.
Height 72.8 in.
Wheelbase 118.9 in
Weight 4,700 - 4,995 lbs.
Transmission 6-speed Automatic
Engine 3.6 liter DOHC V6
Power 270 hp @ 6600 RPM
248 lb-ft @ 3200 RPM

275 hp @ 6600 RPM
251 lb-ft @ 3200 RPM
Similar GMC Acadia
Buick Enclave
Honda Pilot
Toyota Highlander
Designer
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The Saturn Outlook is a premium full-size crossover SUV which debuted at the New York International Auto Show. The Outlook is based on the new GM Lambda platform, which it shares with the GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave, and it replaces the now-discontinued Saturn Relay minivan.

See Autopedia's comprehensive Saturn Outlook Review.

2007 Make ModelEdit

Recent ChangesEdit

The Outlook is all new for 2007.

Styles and Major OptionsEdit

The Outlook is available in two trims and with 2- or 4- wheel drive. The Outlook boasts almost as much interior space as the Chevrolet Tahoe truck-based SUV.

XE Standard Features

  • 18" Painted Alloy Wheels
  • Metallic Interior Trim
  • AM/FM CD/MP3 Stereo
  • Power Windows, Door Locks and Power Heated Mirrors
  • Cruise Control
  • Rear Seat Climate Control
  • Privacy Glass
  • 4-Wheel Disc Brakes with ABS and Dynamic Rear Proportioning



XR Standard Features
In addition to or in place of XE Standard Features

  • 18" Machined Alloy Wheels
  • Wood Grain Interior Trim
  • Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror with Compass
  • Dual Zone Climate Control
  • 6-way Power Driver's Seat
  • Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel with Audio Controls
  • Chrome Roof Rails
  • Universal Garage Door Opener



Major Optional Features
Subject to trim selection

  • Advanced Audio Package
    • AM/FM 6-disc in-dash CD/MP3 Player with 300-watt Amplifier and 10 speakers
    • Rear Seat Audio Controls
    • Includes dual zone climate control on XE models.
  • XE Convenience Package
    • Remote Vehicle Start
    • 115V Outlet
    • Heated Windshield Washer Fluid
  • XR Convenience Package
    • Power Rear Liftgate
    • Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist
    • Remote Vehicle Start
    • 115V Outlet
    • Heated Windshield Washer Fluid
  • Leather Upholstery
  • Trailering Package
  • Skylight Sunroof
  • DVD Entertainment System
  • Navigation System
  • XM Satellite Radio
  • HID Headlamps

PricingEdit

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Today's actual prices for the Saturn Outlook can be found at CarsDirect.

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Outlook Trims

XE FWD

XE AWD

XR FWD

XR AWD

MSRP

$27,990

$29,990

$30,290

$32,390

Invoice

$Price1

$Price2

$Price3

$Price4


Gas MileageEdit

As seen on the FuelEconomy.gov website, the City/Highway MPG averages are as follows:


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Miles Per Gallon (City/Highway)

Outlook FWD

Outlook AWD

18/26

17/24

ReliabilityEdit

  • RECALL ALERT: On August 29, 2008, GM issued a GM-wide recall (no.08V441000) affecting 857,735 vehicles built between 2006-2008 and equipped with heated windshield washer fluid option including the 2007-2008 Saturn Outlook. The system was liable to short out causing cessation of function, smoke, possible fire and malfunctioning of other electronic systems in the car. GM urges owners of affected vehicles to go to their nearest local dealer so the problem can be remedied.[1]


SafetyEdit

Standard Safety Equipment

  • Child Locks
  • Daytime Running Lamps
  • Dual-Stage Driver and Front Passenger Airbags
  • Head Curtain Side Airbags
  • Front Seat Mounted Side Airbags
  • Front Safety Belts with Pretensioners and Force Limiters
  • OnStar
  • Traction Control
  • Side Impact Door Beams

The 2007 Outlook has been tested for frontal and side impact collisions. The full results of these tests can be found at safercar.gov.

Rating (Stars)

Front

Side

Rollover

Driver

Passenger

Front Seat

Rear Seat

2WD

4WD

5

5

5

5

To be rated

To be rated

PhotosEdit

ColorsEdit

Outlook exterior and interior availability and color samples.

Exterior Color

XE Cloth

XR Cloth

XR Leather

Midnight Blue

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan

Cream White

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan

Gold Mist

Black/Tan

Black/Tan

Black/Tan

Charcoal

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan

Silver Pearl

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan

Ocean Mist

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan

Red Jewel

Black/Tan

Black/Tan

Black/Tan

Cocoa

Black/Tan

Black/Tan

Black/Tan

White Diamond

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan

Black/Gray/Tan


Exterior Colors
Midnight Blue   Cream White  
Gold Mist   Charcoal  
Silver Pearl   Ocean Mist  
Red Jewel   Cocoa  
White Diamond  


Interior Colors
Black Cloth  
Gray Cloth  
Tan Cloth  
Black Leather  
Gray Leather  
Tan Leather  


Main CompetitorsEdit

Hybrid ModelsEdit

The Outlook has no hybrid models, nor are any planed at this time.


Unique AttributesEdit

Resale ValuesEdit

CriticismsEdit

Current Generation: (2007–present)Edit

The Outlook can seat eight in a three-row setting. The front row consists of two bucket seats, and the second row is available as either a 60/40 split-folding three-passenger bench seat or two individual "captain chairs." The third row is a 60/40 split-folding three-passenger bench seat.

In the press release accompanying the Outlook's launch, GM emphasized the "industry first" SmartSlide second row. In case of both bench seat or captain chairs, the seat cushion flips forward while the seat is being slid forward, which allows for "compression" of the space used by the seat in the foremost position. If the third seat is folded, this allows for expansion of the cargo area. The system also allows for fore-aft adjustment of the middle seat to change the spacing between the second and third-row seats for more legroom.

The Outlook, along with the other Lambda-based vehicles, is built in the Delta Township Assembly plant near Lansing, Michigan. The Saturn brand is currently represented only in the USA, Canada, and Puerto Rico.

The first preproduction Outlook rolled off the assembly line at the Delta Township plant on May 24, 2006.

In December 2006, all sales of the first batch of the Outlook (and the GMC Acadia) were temporarily stopped due to the engine mounts' not having holes drilled to release accumulated water, as well as an issue with potentially faulty rivets in the load floor just forward of the rear hatch. The assembly process was quickly adjusted, and dealerships were told to fix the problems themselves before offering the Outlook for sale again. Sales resumed within days of the notice.

WorldwideEdit

Design quirks and odditiesEdit

AwardsEdit

See alsoEdit

Chevrolet Traverse

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SATURN

Historic

Astra · L-Series · ION · Relay · S-Series · Aura · Sky · VUE · Outlook

Concept

Sky Concept · Curve ·


Include notable internal links here


Roger Smith, former GM CEO Corporate website defunct



External LinksEdit

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