2010 Saturn Outlook consumer reviews

$31,130–$35,525 MSRP range
side view of 2010 Outlook Saturn
66% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.0
  • Performance 3.3
  • Value for the money 3.7
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 3.3
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worst car I have every owned

First off the batter was replaced in February 2016 whatever is going on with my Saturn killed the battery to the point wouldn't gold charge. NEW battery replaced in September. Still had days it wouldn't start. Then it started to show "service stability track" and "Service Traction Controle" since this has happened it has seen numerous mechanics and all are baffled by it because no codes show up. Then it started to do a windshield wiper movement on RPM, Gas gage, and speedometer. All of this accrued around 87k miles. We have replaced so many parts and not solving the problem the latest part was the break control module and some wires. And 3 days ago it started flashing again the same messages and engine light came back on, car wouldn't shift and it stalled on me in middle of road as a semi was coming. Finally started and was trying to get it to my moms so they could look at it...would not go over 50 and RPMS stayed around the 4 and wouldn't shift...took it to mechanic they swore they had it fixed and then this morning it did the same thing but this time wouldn't go over 20mph and you could tell it didn't want to go...every time it acts up the dash looks like 3 sometime 4 windshield wipers moving....I am way over $1000 put into just for parts and am still experiencing the same problems I was to begin with. Have owned the 2010 Saturn outlook for 11 months and have only been able to drive it for 6 months. One very unsatisfied customer. Was a one owner vehicle before I bought it and am assuming that's why they got rid of it before it even saw 100 miles... and the car has yet to hit 100 miles. Won't buy Saturn again. And can't sell it because it has lost so much value since driving it off the lot!!!


Every Saturn's Awesome!

Okay, maybe not every Saturn, but close to it the way I've been feeling since purchasing my 2010 Outlook last month. I flew from LA all the way to Seattle to get mine, and I have no regrets thus far. Mine came with the 2nd row captain's chairs, cloth seats, remote start, and parking assist sensors and camera. I can't complain. This truck is awesome, even pre-owned. Even though it closely resembles a GMC Acadia, people stop and take a closer look at it due to the fact that it's different. Even though Saturn as a car company may be gone, they left behind some goodies like these for our enjoyment for years to come.


My 1st SUV

Let me be the first one to start off and say I love my SUV. After purchasing a brand new 09' Altima last year. I thought I was satisfied until I got pregnant 2 months later the back seat was smaller than I thought. When it came down to getting another second vehicle. My husband has a pick up truck and I decided I was tired of driving a car and I wanted a SUV. I REALLY did not want a minivan just not my style. I test drove the Saturn and was impressed on how it looked also I didn't see a big difference as far as going from car to Suv, I made sure I could see while backing up. I made sure before I bought another vehicle it had to have everything in it. This 2010 has it all except a bathroom. I love to fact that I can travel with up to 7 people. I bought my 2010 in June (2010). I've had it now 6 months, I like the fact that while it's cold if I use my remote start it automatically turns on the heated seats. We also looked at the Acadia but I liked the fact that there was a big "S" on the front (my last name starts with a "S")The two things I would change about this Saturn if it were up to me is improve the gas per mileage and make it sit up higher like the TRailbrazer. Other than that I can't think of anything else if I do, I'll let you know.