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2010 Saturn Outlook
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Expert Reviews Reviews from CarGurus experts.

2010 Saturn Outlook
Rob Feeman Preview:

Saturn makes no major changes to the Outlook family-oriented SUV for 2010, but introduces a new Outlook XV trim. In addition, the automaker adds a new Preferred trim level to the Outlo...

2009 Saturn Aura
Rob Feeman Review:

For drivers seeking a competitive, fuel-efficient, and reasonably pric...

The Good: Saturn emphasizes the Aura sedan's fuel efficiency for 2009, and for t...

The Bad: Some knock the '09 Saturn Aura's fit and finish, especially in the int...

User Reviews Reviews from CarGurus users who have driven or owned the car.

2010 Saturn Outlook
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2009 Saturn Aura
GuruLX9WY writes:
A less known car that almost saved the Saturn division. Some possible common positives from GMs popular Malibu...
Power Ranked 2003 Toyota Avalon worse.
"Its a little smaller and lighter and the 4 cly is adequate with the right transmission and the 6 can be close to Avalon power with a lighter car for it to accelerate."
Front Seats Ranked 2003 Toyota Avalon worse.
"Personal preference - size and shape. A few Avalon s came with a 3 passenger old school bench. Most Avalons have normal 2 front buckets, more often leather with many power adjustments though certain Auras have that too and ones without it are pretty good and comfortable for a normal size driver."
Cargo Capacity Ranked 2003 Toyota Avalon better.
"Avalon has a huge backseat and trunk though an Auru is an ok average size in both those for most drivers."
Would Buy Ranked 2003 Toyota Avalon better.
"I am a little bit less of a risk taker and all things otherwise equal ( previous owners maintanance) most Models and Years Toyotas are the lowest risk of any cars for long term reliability and low ownership lifetime costs."


2010 Saturn Outlook
2009 Saturn Aura
Powertrain 6-Speed Automatic 4-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy, City
17 MPG
26 MPG
Fuel Economy, Highway
24 MPG
34 MPG
Fuel Tank Volume 22 gal 16 gal
Fuel Type
281 hp @ 6,300 RPM
164 hp @ 6,400 RPM
266 lb-ft @ 3,400 RPM
159 lb-ft @ 5,000 RPM
6 cylinders
4 cylinders
Compression Ratio
3,600 cc
2,400 cc
Bore x Stroke
3.7 in x 3.37 in
3.4 in x 3.8 in
ABS Brakes Standard Optional
Driver Airbag Standard Optional
Passenger Airbag Standard Optional
Front Side Airbags Standard Optional
Curtain Airbags Standard Optional
NHTSA Crash Test Results
Front Driver 5 stars 5 stars
Front Passenger 5 stars 5 stars
Side Driver 5 stars 5 stars
Side Rear Passenger 5 stars 5 stars
Rollover (pre-2011) 4 stars 4 stars
Comfort and Convenience
Sunroof/Moonroof -- Optional
Leather Seats -- Optional
Air Conditioning Standard Optional
CD Player Standard Optional
CD Changer -- Optional
Radio Standard Optional
Power Windows Standard Optional
Power Door Locks Standard Optional
Driver Power Seats Standard Optional
Passenger Power Seats Standard Standard
Maximum Seating 8 seats 5 seats
Front Legroom 41.3 in 42.2 in
Back Legroom 36.9 in 37.6 in
Payload and Towing
Cargo Volume 24.1 cu ft 13.1 cu ft
Maximum Payload 1,773 lbs --
Standard Towing Capacity 2,000 lbs --
Maximum Towing Capacity 5,200 lbs --
Length 200.7 in 190.9 in
Width 78.2 in 70.3 in
Height 72.8 in 57.6 in
Wheelbase 118.9 in 112.3 in

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2010 Saturn Outlook
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