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Average User Score
4.4 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 7 reviews
2007 Saturn Outlook Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 7 reviews
Critics agree that GM has a winner with the 2007 Saturn Outlook SUV. After taking tentative steps in developing other models, Saturn has unveiled a quality product that gives industry leaders such as the Honda Pilot and the Chevy Tahoe a run for their money. The Outlook can seat up to 8 adults and uses a powerful 3.6 L V6 engine with 6 speed automatic transmission. In addition, the unique unibody design allows for a roomier interior, a smoother ride, and greater fuel efficiency than the competition. This full-size SUV comes in 4 trims: the XE FWD, XE AWD, XR FWD, and XR AWD.
The Outlook emphasizes both form and function, especially when it comes to cargo space and seating. All trims have three rows of seats and reviewers appreciate the plentiful leg room and easy accessibility to controls. This SUV offers 20 cubic feet of cargo space behind an upright third row (versus 16 cubic feet in the Outlook's closest competitor) and 117 cubic feet with the second and third rows folded down (versus 93 cubic feet in the closest competitor). Saturn has added a finishing touch with a bright, prominent bar bearing the company logo on the grill in an effort to distinguish the brand.
Overall, most people agree that Saturn has taken a major step forward with the 2007 Saturn Outlook. Some reviewers warn that the Outlook lags as it accelerates due to a combination of an electronic throttle and automatic transmission. However, this delay between hitting the pedal and achieving the desired speed represents a common problem in many of today's vehicles and Saturn will have time to work out the kinks. Regardless, the outlook has never been better for Saturn as it adds a top-notch thoroughbred to its growing stable.