Late in 2001, Saturn entered the sport utility vehicle arena with its Vue, which was compact in size and intended to be carlike in personality. One special technological touch was a gearless continuously variable transmission (CVT).Front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive Vues are available. They ma... Read Full Report
Souped-up Saturn SUV aims for male audience MILFORD--Before I sat down to write about the 2004 Saturn Vue Red Line sport utility vehicle, I did an informal online poll of my girlfriends to see if they even understood what "Red Line" meant. One thought it had something to do with preventing people from buying houses in certain neighborhoods. Another thought it was a hospital crisis. One... Read full review for the 2004 Saturn Vue
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I bought my 2004 Saturn Vue with just over 100000 miles, and I expected to get a year or so out of it. 3 years and 70,000 more miles later, I hate to think of the day I sell it. I replaced the tires (... Read Full Review
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