2010 Saturn Vue

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The 2010 Saturn Vue is available in two trims, the base XE and the more luxurious XR, both of which is available with either a 4-cylinder or a V6 engine, as well as front wheel drive or all wheel drive. A preferred package upgrades the
2016,
2016,All 4-cylinder front wheel drive trims come with a 2.4L Ecotec engine that delivers 169 horsepower at 6300 rpm and 161 pounds-feet of torque at 4500 rpm. All are mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission.
2016,
2016,The XE V6 trims feature a 3.5L V6 engine that makes 215 horsepower and 220 pounds-feet of torque. The XR V6 trims come with 3.6L V6 engine that makes 257 horsepower and 248 pounds-feet of torque. All AWD trims utilize a 6-speed automatic transmission.
2016,
2016,The Vue Hybrid uses a 2.4L 4-cylinder gas/electric engine that makes 172 horsepower and 167 pounds-feet of torque. It is mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission and is available only with front wheel drive.
2016,
2016,The base XE offers many standard power accessories, as well as satellite radio, steering wheel controls, MP3 player, auxiliary audio input and driver lumber support. The XE Preferred adds climate control standard and heated interior and exterior mirrors, floor mats, leather-wrapped steering wheel and power driver's seat. XR trim adds standard fog lamps and illuminated visor mirrors, with a navigation system as optional. The XR Premium trim features leather seats, interior cargo shade, remote engine start and heated seats. The AWD trims come with basically the same standard features as the XR Premium; options such as sunroof and navigation are available. In terms of standard features and options, the Vue Hybrid is equipped similarly to the XE Preferred.
2016,
2016,Safety and control are emphasized by the Vue's design. Stabilizer bars are included front and back for the 4-wheel independent suspension and 4-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock are standard equipment. So are electronic stability control, active head restraints, front-seat side air bags and rollover-capable head-curtain side bags for front and rear rows. The Vue also has a trailer sway control feature integrated into the stability control system; it detects trailer sway while towing and applies the brakes as necessary to restore stability. When properly equipped, the Vue can tow up to 3,500 pounds.

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During the past week, both General Motors (GM) and BMW of North America (BMW) announced vehicle recalls--GM recalling more than 200,000 older Saturn Vue SUVs to address an ignition switch defect.
Critical Knowledge:Expected to be first regular production plug-in hybrid from an original equipment auto manufacturerProvides 100-percent fuel economy improvement over Vue 2 ModeBased on modified 2-mode hybrid system and plug-in technologyHybrid lithium-ion battery recharges from household outlet in under five hoursBattery replenishment via electric motors and regenerative brake systemsAt least 10 miles of all-electric range at slow to moderate speedsPotential to be world's most fuel-efficient production vehicle (in many driving situations)
Critical Knowledge:Provides hint of Saturn future designExtended-range electric concept vehicleSleek, sporty compact designCollaborative design effort with GM's European Opel brandUp to 34 miles of all-electric, emissions-free driving rangeGM's E-Flex systemCameras replace side-view mirrorsButterfly-style rear tailgate FlexDoorsFlexLoad underfloor luggage compartmentIntroductionThe Saturn electric-drive Flextreme concept, which debuted at the 2008 North American International Auto Show, is a collaborative effort between Saturn and GM's European Opel brand that showcases both brands' future design direction. The plug-in concept promises fewer trips to the gas station while producing fewer vehicle emissions and an electric-only driving range of 34 miles. The Saturn-Opel partnership has already resulted in several U.S. and European production models like the Saturn Aura, Sky, Vue and Astra, and the Opel GT, Antara and Astra. The Flextreme concept debuted first as an Opel at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show.
Critical Knowledge:Astra receives minor enhancements, two new colorsNew 6-speed, 4-cylinder Aura XRSky roadster adds three new colors, new wheel design, OnStar with Bluetooth, two promotional packagesOutlook crossover gets new direct-injection V-6 engine, increased towing capacity, features, new colorsAll-new Vue 2-Mode Hybrid with direct-injection V-6 engine debutsWorld's first use of GM's 2-mode hybrid system in FWD compact SUVSaturn is first brand to offer two hybrid options on same model (Vue)
Critical Knowledge:New addition to the Vue lineupV-6 engine with two electric motorsClaimed 50-percent increase in fuel economyAvailable with front-wheel drive (FWD) only3500-pound towing capacity0-60 mph in 7.3 secondsSales to begin in fourth quarter 2008IntroductionThe Vue has been Saturn's entry in the compact SUV segment since 2002. Saturn added a Green Line hybrid for the 2007 model year. That model used an electric motor/generator coupled with GM's Ecotec 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine for a total output of 170 hp and 162 lb.-ft. of torque. The result was a 20-percent increase in fuel economy versus the 2.4-liter engine without the hybrid system. The Vue was redesigned for the 2008 model year, losing the traditional Saturn plastic body panels in the process. A Saturn Vue Green Line returned to the lineup with the same 2.4-liter engine and motor/generator. For 2009, Saturn will add a second hybrid to the Vue lineup, the Vue Green Line 2 Mode.