2007 Saturn Vue Consumer Reviews

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2007 Saturn Vue
4.4
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EXCELLENT POWER!

by from Oakland,CA on April 13, 2014

I bought this car when it was released in 07 and I got the V6 Engine with AWD. I have driven this car and still do since all these years have passed. I took this car to one of my friends who loves spo...
I bought this car when it was released in 07 and I got the V6 Engine with AWD. I have driven this car and still do since all these years have passed. I took this car to one of my friends who loves sports cars and I told him "Look under the hood". As soon as he looked under, he was in disbelief of the engine before his eyes! He asked me to drive it, so I took him to a long straight racetrack and he was very impressed by the great V6 engine. This car has done great for me all these years.
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It will get up and fly!

by from Mesquite, Texas on August 23, 2006

I love the amount of power it has. Its the perfect size as well, no trouble parking this one. Traded in my 02 Tahoe for the Vue. I am saving about $150.00 a month in gas!
I love the amount of power it has. Its the perfect size as well, no trouble parking this one. Traded in my 02 Tahoe for the Vue. I am saving about $150.00 a month in gas!
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A bit problematic

by from Fort Leonard Wood, MO on March 28, 2012

Owned vehicle for 5 years. Purchased at aprox 11,000 miles as pre-owned with warranty and sold at aprox 85,000 miles. Factory warranty to 60,000. Used for traveling and getting to work/school. Pros: -...
Owned vehicle for 5 years. Purchased at aprox 11,000 miles as pre-owned with warranty and sold at aprox 85,000 miles. Factory warranty to 60,000. Used for traveling and getting to work/school. Pros: -21 to 24 miles to the gallon: good mpg for a vehicle that size -very spacious and comfortable for long travels -able to store large items with fold down seats Cons: -frequent trouble with the Hybrid battery going out (was replaced 3 times in the 5 yrs owned) -had unidentified electrical problem at around 80,000 miles that caused slow drain on battery and the radio to go out Good vehicle if you have a warranty to cover the electrical problems and the rental car but would not recommend owning without that insurance.
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So-SO

by from dave on March 21, 2012

The 4 cylinder has little to no horse power. The interior parts look and feel cheap. Gas mileage is not so good. The exterior of the suv looks nice, red paint with "chrome" accents. The inside does ha...
The 4 cylinder has little to no horse power. The interior parts look and feel cheap. Gas mileage is not so good. The exterior of the suv looks nice, red paint with "chrome" accents. The inside does have a lot of leg room. Has lots of cargo space as well. Maintenance on this vehicle has not been cheap. The price for all four new tires=$800 Oil was leaking out of the A/C compressor=$500
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2007 Saturn Vue V6

by from Houston, Texas on October 13, 2014

I love my Saturn Vue. Bought it in April 2011 with 40K on it and now it has over 102,000. No real major repairs. Problem with engine light due to gas cap and replaced it and a vent tank of some kind, ...
I love my Saturn Vue. Bought it in April 2011 with 40K on it and now it has over 102,000. No real major repairs. Problem with engine light due to gas cap and replaced it and a vent tank of some kind, changed timing belt when other work was done.Runs great, very dependable. Never changed the brakes yet, still OK. Road noise is a touch distracting, but not bad. I would recommend this vehicle highly. Regular battery, do not have the hybrid.
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Love my Vue!

by from Richland, PA on April 16, 2012

I bought a 2007 Saturn Vue used. I love it! Wish I had one sooner in my life. Too bad they don't make Saturn's any more. I would love to have a newer one some day.
I bought a 2007 Saturn Vue used. I love it! Wish I had one sooner in my life. Too bad they don't make Saturn's any more. I would love to have a newer one some day.
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The Last of the Wider Plastic Saturn Vues 2007

by from Massachusetts on January 17, 2011

I really liked the look of the 2008-2009 Saturn Vue body style. But Mike, our former Saturn salesman suggested getting a used, still plastic body with the Honda engine with the wider body. I had a Sat...
I really liked the look of the 2008-2009 Saturn Vue body style. But Mike, our former Saturn salesman suggested getting a used, still plastic body with the Honda engine with the wider body. I had a Saturn L-200 to trade in. I was satisfied with that car. It looked much the same as it did when I had purchased it from the same Saturn dealer, used, four years earlier. The Saturns I have owned have had a few "faults." The wind noise from the flexible doors had gotten some what better with the 2007 Saturn Vue. The wider than normal space between the body panels never bothered me as they were uniform. They were also necessary as plastic needs more space than steel to expand and contract. The 2007 Saturn Vue has been very dependable and fairly good on regular gas. (approx. 22-24 miles per gallon, if you obey the speed limits) The Honda V-6, five speed transmission with front wheel drive, has more than enough power for four full sized adults and also cargo. There are a few features that I miss from the L-200; the locking glove compartment , the locking gas door and the leather wrapped steering wheel. Over all, I have been satisfied owning this vehicle.
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Uses car for Just getting around

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Great Value

by from Plymouth, MI on December 28, 2008

The 3.5L V6 has lots of pep, is smooth, and give very good highway fuel economy. The interior is well appointed and in two years is easy to keep clean. I use it to tow an 1,100 lb boat and trailer pac...
The 3.5L V6 has lots of pep, is smooth, and give very good highway fuel economy. The interior is well appointed and in two years is easy to keep clean. I use it to tow an 1,100 lb boat and trailer package and it performs well at highway speeds, staying in fifth gear except on hills greater than 3 percent grade. Fuel economy is 21 mph on short trips and 24-26 mpg on the highway, based on meticulous record keeping. No reliability problems in 33,000 miles, aside from hitting a deer, which wasn't the fault of the car.
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Look forward to driving each day!

by from Jersey Shore on September 6, 2010

I drive to clients for a living and now that I have the Saturen Vue with the heated leather seats, AC and moon roof, I look forward to the drive every day. On the weekends, it big enought to carry cam...
I drive to clients for a living and now that I have the Saturen Vue with the heated leather seats, AC and moon roof, I look forward to the drive every day. On the weekends, it big enought to carry camping and fishing gear. Enjoying every minute of ownership!
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No spin review

by from Bethlehem, PA on October 20, 2006

My V6 AWD VUE looks nice on the outside but exterior look is strictly for those that are looking. Chrome package is ok. Forget running boards. They look good but mine actually get in my way. Get mud ...
My V6 AWD VUE looks nice on the outside but exterior look is strictly for those that are looking. Chrome package is ok. Forget running boards. They look good but mine actually get in my way. Get mud flaps. The VUE kicks up a lot of dirt and the interior of the doors gets pretty nasty. Get the sunroof air deflector; it eliminates horrendous noise when the sunroof is opened. Rooftop cross rails are pretty; not sure if they are needed. Some VUE accessories need to be installed by the dealer. Mine tried to whack me with an additional $300.00 over quoted but agreed to eat the cost. Order the extra?s online and install them yourself. Wood grain and leather seats look nice but, compared to my Ford, the leather seems cheap and the seats are small. Plenty of head and leg room up front but rear leg room is exiguous unless short people drive. Buttons in good spots; no place to put change; cup holder?s small; no electronic passenger seat option. Small cubby holes for storage but no real thought in design. 180 watt upgraded stereo - waste of money. My Taurus?s radio on 3 volume equivalent to VUE on 6. Maybe the cabin noise is too loud. 3 12v outlets, one very well hidden ? good luck finding it. They won?t heat my Taurus?s cigarette lighter either. My 02 Taurus?s highway MPG averaged 26. VUE highway MPG so far 22.5. That?s with 5 yrs of technological advances. Not much more than my gas guzzling Explorer. VUE 248hp performance is impressive ? she?ll get up and move. My daughters 4 cylinder has pretty good power too so save money; get the 4 popper with better MPG. I thought about getting the hybrid but with only 170hp and this being Saturn?s maiden voyage I thought it best to wait. The view from the VUE is good and unobstructed. Steering seems odd but I?m sure I?ll get used to the handle and it will be fine. Even though the seats are small for me they are not uncomfortable once you find the right position for your body style. ?Basic? ONSTAR is junk and at $300.00 for 1,000 minutes of hands free phone time - they got to be kidding!!! For the cost of ONSTAR you?re better off with a Garmin GPS and a cell phone and, their portable!! I like my VUE but American auto makers need to pay more attention to customers. You can?t live on ?Buy American? and not produce something worth the money. Saturn used to be quality. Now it?s just another American auto maker.
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