2007 Saturn Sky Overview


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Average User Score

4.75 stars

Based on 15 reviews

Why The Sky Is Just Plain Awesome! by Sedonasky
 — I bought this car 5 yrs ago and it has been so much fun to drive and own. It turns heads wherever you go and impresses those who have never seen it before. Probably at least once a year someone approa... Read More
2007 Saturn Sky by Shelley
 — So hey, it's not a SuperCar, but it's is sooo much fun to drive. Acceleration 0-60 is great and it's good in the twisties. You sit down in the car, so even with the top down you don't feel overly expo... Read More
2007 Sky Redline by Colin
 — 0-60 in 5.5 seconds top speed 144 Mph 29 mpg... if you keep your foot out of it 11 mpg... if you drive it the way it wants to be driven uses Premium but can use regular, just cuts the power Horrific r... Read More

2007 Saturn Sky Overview

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2007 Saturn Sky

The 2 seat, 2 door 2007 Saturn Sky represents a bold attempt by a vanilla manufacturer to add some flavor to its lineup.  The first convertible in this series uses a manually-operated fabric top and the design brings to mind the Pontiac Solstice, which GM assembles in the same Delaware plant.  5 speed manual transmission comes standard and 5 speed automatic comes as an option.  Other standard features include air conditioning, power windows, power locks, a cd player, and ABS brakes.

The 2007 Saturn Sky has 2 trims: the Roadster and the higher end Red Line.  The Roadster delivers premium performance with a 2.4 L, 177 hp 4 cylinder engine and gets 21 mpg in the city, 27 mpg on the highway.  The Red Line uses a 2.0 L, 260 4 cylinder engine and gets 21 mpg in the city, 30 mpg on the highway.  As with most roadsters, the sleek steel body panels and smooth design make up for the diminished safety features, which include frontal airbags.

While the Saturn Sky has made a positive first impression with hipper consumers, reviewers warn that operating the top takes patience.  The driver must actually step out of the car, pull back the fabric, and firmly fold the top under the latch in the back.  This leaves almost no room in the trunk, which holds 5.4 cubic feet with the top up and 2 cubic feet with the top down.  Despite these concerns, the Sky has as much room for a roadster as you could expect.  More importantly, the new model allows Saturn drivers to feel the wind in their hair for once.


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