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2007 Saturn Aura Green Line Hybrid

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Engine Engine I-4
MPG MPG 28 City / 35 Hwy
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2007 Aura Green Line Hybrid Overview

Saturn has introduced an all-new mid-size sedan called the Aura.The 2007 Saturn Aura is the company's first truly credible entry in the most competitive segment of the automobile market.Compared with Saturn's last mid-size car, the unloved L-Series sedan and wagon that died quiet deaths back in 2004, the Aura is decidedly modern and fresh, with Euro character and aesthetic flair.Interestingly, the Aura has none of the plastic body panels that made Saturn famous in the 1990s.

The Aura is based on the same safe, solid architecture as the Saab 9-3, which sells for thousands of dollars more.Compared with the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry and Ford Fusion, the Aura is well equipped with safety and comfort features.

Aura comes with a choice of two powerful V6 engines.(And a hybrid model is on its way.) The Aura is competitively priced: The base XE starts at less than $20,495 and comes with a 224-horsepower V6 and four-speed automatic.The more powerful XR features a 252-hp V6 and six-speed automatic.Both V6 engines offer good fuel economy, rated 20 mpg city and 28-29 mpg highway.

The cabin is tastefully done and laid out well.All the controls work very well and the sound setup is particularly convenient.Saturn's interior materials are still behind the leaders in the segment, but the design is pleasing.We preferred the cloth over the standard leather option, but we liked the Moroccan Brown leather that's available on the Aura XR model.

Underway, the Saturn Aura is quiet and handles well.We found it drives like a European family sedan, taut and responsive, with brakes, suspension and powertrain working together to respond to the driver's wishes.This is not surprising, given the Aura shares its structure with the German Opel Vectra.
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2007 Aura Green Line Hybrid Overview

Saturn has introduced an all-new mid-size sedan called the Aura.The 2007 Saturn Aura is the company's first truly credible entry in the most competitive segment of the automobile market.Compared with Saturn's last mid-size car, the unloved L-Series sedan and wagon that died quiet deaths back in 2004, the Aura is decidedly modern and fresh, with Euro character and aesthetic flair.Interestingly, the Aura has none of the plastic body panels that made Saturn famous in the 1990s.

The Aura is based on the same safe, solid architecture as the Saab 9-3, which sells for thousands of dollars more.Compared with the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry and Ford Fusion, the Aura is well equipped with safety and comfort features.

Aura comes with a choice of two powerful V6 engines.(And a hybrid model is on its way.) The Aura is competitively priced: The base XE starts at less than $20,495 and comes with a 224-horsepower V6 and four-speed automatic.The more powerful XR features a 252-hp V6 and six-speed automatic.Both V6 engines offer good fuel economy, rated 20 mpg city and 28-29 mpg highway.

The cabin is tastefully done and laid out well.All the controls work very well and the sound setup is particularly convenient.Saturn's interior materials are still behind the leaders in the segment, but the design is pleasing.We preferred the cloth over the standard leather option, but we liked the Moroccan Brown leather that's available on the Aura XR model.

Underway, the Saturn Aura is quiet and handles well.We found it drives like a European family sedan, taut and responsive, with brakes, suspension and powertrain working together to respond to the driver's wishes.This is not surprising, given the Aura shares its structure with the German Opel Vectra.Hide Full Review