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disappointed

by from Missouri on July 28, 2008

I bought the vue because it had higher miles per gallon and I liked the looks of it. I have owned it for about a month and have driven 1400 miles. I still like the looks, but the mpg is VERY DISAPPOIN...
I bought the vue because it had higher miles per gallon and I liked the looks of it. I have owned it for about a month and have driven 1400 miles. I still like the looks, but the mpg is VERY DISAPPOINTING. I am getting 19/20 in the city and 25 on the highway. No where close to the 25 city 32 highway that it's said to get. The other non hybrid SUV I was considering is supposed to get better gas mileage than that.
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Purchased a used car

Does not recommend this car

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Low bid hybrid

by from NOLA on January 20, 2008

From the outside this a nice looking SUV. Under the hood is a weak engine that tries to move the heavy beast forward. With the rear seats folded down you get a nice flat floor. But, don't expect to ha...
From the outside this a nice looking SUV. Under the hood is a weak engine that tries to move the heavy beast forward. With the rear seats folded down you get a nice flat floor. But, don't expect to haul too much as their is less room than the 2007 models offered. Other SUVs offer a better value and may prove to be more reliable.
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Does not recommend this car

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Love It!

by from Kansas on April 21, 2011

Saturn did a wonderful job when they made this car. It is great to drive, handles wonderful, and has plenty of oommff, which was a surprise for a hybrid that manages to average over 30 mpg. I have had...
Saturn did a wonderful job when they made this car. It is great to drive, handles wonderful, and has plenty of oommff, which was a surprise for a hybrid that manages to average over 30 mpg. I have had this car for a few years and have not had one problem with it. It runs great. I would buy another one if they were still being made.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Just getting around

Does recommend this car

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Don't waste your money.

by from Baton Rouge, LA on July 25, 2008

Since Saturn hasn't made major changes to its hybrid design for 2008, be wary of what a salesperson may tell you about the Saturn Hybrid performance. I bought a new 2007 Hybrid Vue when they first cam...
Since Saturn hasn't made major changes to its hybrid design for 2008, be wary of what a salesperson may tell you about the Saturn Hybrid performance. I bought a new 2007 Hybrid Vue when they first came out. It was rated at 27 city/ 36 hwy. It has had two recalls and Saturn Corp. has had their engineers work with the dealership to see if something was wrong with the car because of the low mpg. Sadly, everything checked out okay--except, I am still getting 18mpg in the city and 25+- on the hwy. Since I would have never purchased this make and model car except to get better gas mileage, one can understand that I am really disappointed. There are many cars out there in this mpg range from which to choose. I can only say to potential 2008 Hybrid Vue purchasers -- Buyer Beware!
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Does not recommend this car

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The first 200 hunderd miles

by from Ridgecres, CA. on May 25, 2008

Picked up our new Vue Greenline and drove it home yesterday. The trip to the nearest Saturn dealer is around 150 miles. Before buying I read all the reviews I could online; however after driving home ...
Picked up our new Vue Greenline and drove it home yesterday. The trip to the nearest Saturn dealer is around 150 miles. Before buying I read all the reviews I could online; however after driving home from city streets to interstate roads - I found it to be a very capable vechicle. The small amount of drag you feel when you let off the gas pedal does seems a little strange at first but goes away. Power of the 2,4L engine was a concern, but it performed nicely without having to wish for more- then again i wasn't trying to get to 85 in 4 seconds either. The wife and I both liked the styling of the outside and inside, and was pleased of the quality the Vue had. So the first 200 hndred miles was a pleasure and hope to see how much milage I can get out of it as times goes on. Just one persons opinion.
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Does recommend this car

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Its SUV hybrid

by from Kentucky on October 1, 2009

Fairly good value for the money the only time performance has been a issue has been from a stop up a steeper incline. We bought it new in 6/08. The average MPG is over 26 in town gets about 24 just co...
Fairly good value for the money the only time performance has been a issue has been from a stop up a steeper incline. We bought it new in 6/08. The average MPG is over 26 in town gets about 24 just come back from Myrtle Beach 1000 mile trip average was 28.6 for the entire trip. Little small but Im pretty big 6-4 265, wife is fine with interior size 5-9 150.
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Uses car for Commuting

Does recommend this car

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