2008 Saturn Outlook
86,939 Miles
$11,000

Lancaster, PA
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2009 Saturn Outlook
97,399 Miles
$12,995

Doylestown, PA
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2007 Saturn Outlook
136,375 Miles
$7,990

Littleton, CO
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2009 Saturn Outlook
98,401 Miles
$9,747

Saint Augustine, FL
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2007 Saturn Outlook
118,572 Miles
$10,000

Pasco, WA
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2009 Saturn Outlook
66,154 Miles
$12,999

Austin, TX
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2007 Saturn Outlook
126,748 Miles
$10,995

Pasco, WA
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2009 Saturn Outlook
92,100 Miles
$10,995

Eugene, OR
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2008 Saturn Outlook
109,986 Miles
$6,998

Albion, MI
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2007 Saturn Outlook
123,956 Miles
$8,995

Tucson, AZ
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2008 Saturn Outlook
110,724 Miles
$8,995

Columbia, SC
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2008 Saturn Outlook
81,853 Miles
$11,908

Henderson, NV
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2008 Saturn Outlook
137,273 Miles
$7,998

Mechanicsburg, PA
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2009 Saturn Outlook
96,064 Miles
$11,599

Kentwood, MI
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2007 Saturn Outlook
130,722 Miles
$8,809

Lindon, UT
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2007 Saturn Outlook
136,099 Miles
$6,023

Cedar Rapids, IA
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2007 Saturn Outlook
56,777 Miles
$13,998

Fredericksburg, VA
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2008 Saturn Outlook
79,630 Miles
$14,599

Columbia, SC
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2008 Saturn Outlook
78,200 Miles
$15,998

Loveland, CO
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2007 Saturn Outlook
112,928 Miles
$11,998

Saint Peters, MO
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Saturn Outlook Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
3.8
Performance
3.8
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.2
Maintenance
3.5

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Saturn Outlook Owner Ratings & Reviews

2007 Saturn Outlook -

Indianapolis, Indiana
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
Overall, our 2007 Saturn Outlook has been a practical car for our family. It is big enough to fit a large family like ours. It can fit three car seats in a row, which was very nice. Lots of cars could not accommodate three car seats across one row. The car did have more recalls than I would have liked and some of them were major recalls (transmission replacement). This car is my everyday driver and it has been reliable outside of the recall issues. It is a smooth ride, accelerates easily and with minimal jerking. It can handle mountains and hills without a problem. It is a very nice, comfortable, everyday ride. Outside of the recalls, we have only had one major issue with the gear shifter getting stuck that cost us about $600. Otherwise, with regular oil changes and tune ups, it's been... (more)
Story
We have taken many family vacations in this car. One particular trip we took was to Gatlinburg, TN to stay in a cabin. We had to drive through mountains and hilly areas and the car handled it without a hitch. It drove very smooth and did not get sluggish on the mountains. It was roomy enough to seat all 6 of us (two adults, four kids) and everyone was able to stay comfortable for the 6 hours i... (more)
Pros
I love that this vehicle has three rows. That was a requirement of whatever car we would have chosen due to our large family size. I also like the fact that the split bench AND the 3rd row both fold down to make a very large space in the rear for our two German Shepherds. I can lay the 2nd and 3rd row down for the dogs and put them in the rear and they have plenty of room. We've also done several camping trips and have been able to fit much more than we thought we would in the rear of that car. We have luggage racks on top just in case we need extra room. The car also has a DVD player in i... (more)
Cons
Getting into the 3rd row is a pain. The middle row is a split bench and it is not very easy to push up, so if you push it up it is a very tight squeeze to try and get in the 3rd row. Even our kids who are much smaller than us had a hard time getting in the 3rd row this way, so they've resorted to just climbing over the middle bench in order to get in the 3rd row. This car does not have a backup monitor either. I've driven cars that have one and it would be very convenient to have one in all models. The tire sensor system in this car is junk. The tire sensor light always comes on no matter ... (more)

2007 Saturn Outlook - Great, Reliable, and Spacious

Kirksville, Missouri
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
I love this vehicle! It's been a great vehicle for hauling items and people in various situations. With all kinds of leg room, cup holders, and more, every one can be comfortable in each of the eight seats. Lumbar support on the driver's seat has been incredibly helpful so comfort can sustain on long drives. Any music is available at your fingertips thanks to the 6 pages of radio favorites, CD player as well as an aux input. Rear controls offer comfort for all 6 of the passengers in the back with heating and cooling options consisting of temperature control, fan control and placement of fans. Easily fold-able seats make hauling bigger items a breeze! Simply push the backs down and you're ready to go! Middle seats also fold down easily with a lift and fold feature for even more ... (more)
Story
I enjoy road trips and this vehicle is reliable and has held many memories while traveling to various locations.
Pros
Space is amazing! I love having tons of space for people or hauling items! All kinds of storage compartments with one middle armrest, two center pockets in the console and a lift out deep compartment for larger items. Quick fold seats are awesome with one simple step to fold or unfold. Lumbar support makes long drives comfortable for the driver and the front passenger. Fuel mileage is high when used appropriately.
Cons
The front hood can be challenging to open as the lift feature isn't easy to find and gets caught quite a bit. The vehicle has loads of cup holders available, but there are only two accessible within reach of the driver's seat. If both the driver and the passenger have a drink, it's full and nothing else is within reach. I've transported drink orders for work before and it's nearly an incident with several drinks and only two cup holders I can reach.

2012 Saturn Outlook - Not to Shabby

Southgate, Michigan
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I drive a 2012 Ford Fiesta SE. It has a manual transmission (which I chose), and is a sedan (four doors and a trunk). This is one of the lower end Ford models but by no means does it feel low end. It is a sporty, compact, smart economy driven car. It has the pep of any similar model car while only having a 4 cyl. engine. It is spacious on the inside and still has the added bonus of a very big trunk. The engine is smooth and quiet. The seats are comfortable and heated! With all Ford models, the Ford sync entertainment system could use a big upgrade. It is a confusing, messy, unorganized system which makes playing your music, looking up details, syncing your phone a bigger hassle than it has to be. The Bluetooth is better but still not up to par. The side mirrors come with blind spot mir... (more)
Story
We have taken this car camping and across country. It is dependable and a joy to drive.
Pros
Blind spot mirrors Heated Seats Large Trunk Manual Transmission Good pick-up
Cons
Sync auto system Rear end design