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2007 Saturn Outlook XR AWDReview
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So Far I Love It, But I Have Only Owned For A Few Weeks. — I felt very safe driving in this vehicle with all the airbags, plus stability control, the huge tires give it an excellent ride, I can't wait to see how the traction control and all wheel drive work this winter. Braking is very good for a vehicle this size.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Excellent ride, seats are very comfortable for long rides, styling inside and out is very nice.
I love the two sunroofs and dvd system, this vehicle handles like a car which is great.

Cons: shifting is little delayed when passing or picking up speed, fuel economy is not what it was rated for but I guess it is not bad for the size of the vehicle.

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The Outlook Is Now A Great Automobile — Our 07 Outlook XR was an economical purchase, and you get what you pay for! The vehicle is roomy, but the quality of the interior materials were just plain cheap. After about 30k miles, the driver's seat began to breakdown, and eventually became very uncomfortable. The electronic transmission is LOUD...the fuel economy is pitiful...just as well get a Tahoe/Yukon.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Roominess, cost of operation

Cons: quality, cheap seats, interior materials

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Best For Trips — i like the color that i got it in and the features that it holds is pretty cool the performance is good you con stick to the road and it has performance for all types of weather

Pros: nice and big for carrying people around
great gas mileage

Cons: to big to find easy parking for it

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Smooth Ride, Nice Acceleration — Overall, the XR AWD is a nice ride and has the punch when you need it!The features are worth the money such as the optional HID headlamps; however, I wish GM offered cloth interior. Hopefully, consumers will realize that the Outlook and its domestic cousins (e.g. Acadia, Enclave, etc.) have a lot to offer and they'll purchase American!!

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Miles Driven per Year:1,000

Pros: Nice acceleration, nice field of view, comfort and quiet ride

Cons: Some buttons are a bit small but not a major showstopper.

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Never Thought I Would Ever Buy A Saturn Until The 'outlook'!! — I have to say I never ever thought I would be an owner of a Saturn for the simple fact that my mother had a saturn (98) when I was growing up and I used to drive it. It was nice b/c it was new, had a sunroof, sporty looking, blah blah. As I grew up though I noticed it was quite flighty on the highway and very uncomfortable for long trips. Well, this year however I happen to see the commercial for the Saturn Outlook and fell in love. (Mind you I was not even looking for a new vehicle) So I thought ah, I will look it up online and see it more closely. Well, after that I was hooked so of course the next step was to drive it to prove to myself that it really is NOT all that wonderful. Yeah well "congrats", "It's a Saturn Outlook"! I thought I loved just looking at it no I was so incredibly wrong! It's so much more fun to drive!!!

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Miles Driven per Year:8,000

Pros: Incredible ride, all the extras, and all the cup holders and compartments!

Cons: compartment in the back will not stay closed

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Classy Family Hauler — This car is designed well, thinking of driver and passenger comforts. The seats are excellent and touches are supple. I would recommend this vehicle to anyone needing space or many seats. The only BEWARE is make sure you know the status of the transmission, because it may need replacement.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Spacious, classy, and comfortable

Cons: The original transmission wasn't as reliable - probably due to excessive shifting from hauling and prior owner didn't operate well.  We replaced with GM certified transmission.

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2007 Saturn Outlook XRReview
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Amazing Value For A Car That Is This Large And Tows This Much Weight — The Outlook is definitely a plus-size vehicle; in terms of dimensions, it just about matches those of a Chevy Tahoe. The 2007 Saturn Outlook gets its juice from a choice of 3.6-liter V6s that generate 270 or 275 horsepower. The engines boast excellent power, torque and fuel economy, and offer exceptional smoothness. At over 4,700 pounds, the Outlook is no lightweight, but its handling is impressive. Slide behind the wheel and you would think you were piloting a considerably smaller vehicle.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: The 2007 Saturn Outlook -- which shares a platform with the pricier GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave -- but is a LOT less in price. The Outlook offers a cabin that's both functional and pleasant to look at. The faux wood in XR models is convincing enough, and the overall quality of interior materials is impressive. Luggage capacity is 19.7 cubic feet. With the second and third rows folded, available cargo room swells to a class-leading 117 cubes.

Cons: GM had a lot of problems with the transmission. It never could decide what gear it wanted to be in. Going over an interstate bridge would often cause it to downshift.

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