2010 Saturn Outlook User Reviews

2010 Saturn Outlook Top Comparisons

Users ranked 2010 Saturn Outlook against other cars which they drove/owned. Each ranking was based on 9 categories. Here is the summary of top rankings.

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    Perfect For What I Needed! — I absolutely love this car, and I'm hard to please. The adjustment from going from a coupe to a midsize suv is a little difficult, however, I'm sure I will adjust soon. My major challenges right now are getting it in the garage and putting it in a parking space. Although, I don't think it's as long as a Durango, it's plenty long enough! The room is GREAT!!!! I can move around each row with ease and it also has room for groceries and other things in the cargo area...with the 3rd row up. I think it's looks add with the 3rd row down, so I leave it up. I purchased mine at a great price...and honestly, don't think I could be happier. I was set on purchasing a Toyota Highlander, but I'm so happy I looked further and found my Outlook.

    Pros: I recently purchased this car after being in a coupe for 10 years. It has extra room even with the entire family in it. The cargo space is larger than ANY 3rd row MidSize SUV that I've seen...and I think I test drove them all. The 3rd row leg room is also the largest of it's class as well. As you may know, this car is identical to the GMC Arcadia, Buick Enclave, and Chevrolet Traverse - however the body styles and few bells and whistles differ on each model.

    Cons: Fuel economy is not terrible, but it's also not the best.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2009 Saturn Outlook Reviews

    Perfect Performer But Shy On The Reliability By tedLhansen

    There are a lot of good things to say about the performance of this car. It has plenty of power and handles like a dream. The only thing we don't like about it is the repairs are coming steadily. W... Read More

    Very Pleased By FABOFOAM1

    I was very surprised when I found Saturn with this nice of a vehicle. Being 6'-5" it as difficult to go from a Chrysler Van to an SUV that had the room the van had. The Outlook has leather interior wi... Read More

    2008 Saturn Outlook Reviews

    Good Family Vehicle By maxgibb

    We bought this configuration because it worked best for our 5-6 people normally in the vehicle. The Outlook is comfortable on long trips and modern feeling compared to mini vans. Towing capacity is ... Read More

    Cuv By radkor

    Highway worthy, in comfort, safety, affordability. Really GM did not need four divisions making CUVs. So Saturn was axed. But @ the 2008 NAIAS I was standing next to Bob Lutz when he compared the Encl... Read More

    2007 Saturn Outlook Reviews

    Amazing Value For A Car That Is This Large And Tows This Much Weight By bobkat

    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... Read More

    Classy Family Hauler By youcanreachluke

    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 ... Read More

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