2009 VUE Hybrid Owner Reviews (5)
Review of 2009 Saturn VUE Hybrid
tobypawsten 2009-08-28 17:21:43
traded in my envoy to get one of these,,,,,we are very happy with the average of 28 mpg, and much better on longer trips on the highway,,,,,,didnt pay a big premium to buy, because the dealer was offering $3,000 off the msrp, in addition to other discounts,,,,,,,all in all, its a quiet, smooth, and economic ride,,,very happy with it
Completely Satified with our 2009 Saturn VUE Hybrid
labrador47 2009-05-27 14:08:35
We have owned this car since September 2008 and now have over 11K miles on it. We consistently get 26-28 MPG town and country and 34+ on the open road. We have not had a single issue with the car that required a visit back to a dealer. We took a long round trip from south Florida to NY and back in December and got 31.5 MPG round trip. we are very pleased and sorry to see Saturn in a situtation where it's future is unknown. They seem to have gotten it 'right'!
owed this car a short period
y169charger 2009-04-03 20:32:14
We took this car to fla. from n j and we got overall 27.5 mpg....a range from a low to 25.2 to 32.6...I expected better but will learn how to get better mpg. interior is nice, some of the control are misleading but overall its a fun auto to own...the passenger side should have had a door unlock feature to help with the ease of unlocking the doors...overall I am happy with the vue hybrid...
Exact same review as first one
Ahitunaman 2009-03-04 01:57:43
Am also from Sonoma Co and set up veh for being towed behind RV. Seats are too firm along with no pass seat with auto settigs. Am nearing 10k and short wintering in AZ along Lake Havasu. MG, 27-33mpg. All other issues the same. Everyone I show the car to love the looks and new style as well.
2009 loaded 4cyl Hybrid
tztw0s9zusr 2008-10-12 09:07:51
Limited color selection, along with no discount from MSRP; each dealer had only one fully equipt in stock. The dealer ship owned 4 or 5 locations within a 100 mile area. Happy with vehicle. Lots of driver headroom and legroom. Sunroof well worth cost along with heated seats. Built in Bluetooth along with full Onestar a nice addition. First test drive of 150 miles over mountains and windy roads gave me 25 mpg. can get used to less power with manual shifter and battery assist. You just have to put your foot in it for a short burst. Tires corner well without screaching and felt firm in the hardest turn. Limited body lean much to my suprize! I know times are rough for car sales, but felt it was buy it or leave. too far to go and bargan for a few bens since they own all the dealerships.
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