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Which New SUV Is Comparable to the Saturn Vue?

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Here are three similar-size SUVs that could replace your Vue, which when it was redesigned for the 2009 model year (production ended in 2010 when GM dropped the Saturn brand) had an overall length of 180 inches, passenger volume of 98 cubic feet and maximum cargo volume of 56 cubic feet:

You might find the prices of these current SUVs also comparable to the Vue, which in 2009 started at $24,025. The 2013 CR-V starts at $23,625, the Escape at $23,365 and the CX-5 at $21,790, though in all three cases top-end models can push a $30,000 sale price at car dealers. (All prices include destination.)

The Vehicle Recommender, here, can help you find other smaller SUVs that might fit your size and budget requirements.

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