2007 Saturn Vue
126,017 Miles
$6,800

Norwalk, IA
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2007 Saturn Vue
164,366 Miles
$5,844

Cookeville, TN
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2007 Saturn Vue
135,587 Miles
$7,999

Salem, OR
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2007 Saturn Vue
133,742 Miles
$5,900

Kingman, AZ
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2007 Saturn Vue
98,193 Miles
$6,899

Royal Oak, MI
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2007 Saturn Vue
129,020 Miles
$5,395

Fargo, ND
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2007 Saturn Vue
160,683 Miles
$4,877

Rochester, MN
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2007 Saturn Vue
125,214 Miles
$5,488

Greensburg, PA
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2007 Saturn Vue
100,857 Miles
$6,995

Aberdeen, WA
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2007 Saturn Vue
70,280 Miles
$7,985

Mukwonago, WI
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2007 Saturn Vue
97,919 Miles
$5,995

Orland Park, IL
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2007 Saturn Vue
182,178 Miles
$4,995

Augusta, GA
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2007 Saturn Vue
143,027 Miles
$7,000

Conway, AR
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2007 Saturn Vue
134,766 Miles
$6,477

Bayville, NJ
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2007 Saturn Vue
145,117 Miles
$4,700

Bellevue , NE
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2007 Saturn Vue
104,559 Miles
$5,990

Spokane, WA
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2007 Saturn Vue
202,019 Miles
$3,800

Fort Worth, TX
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2007 Saturn Vue
143,327 Miles
$4,443

Carmel, IN
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2007 Saturn Vue
117,391 Miles
$5,499

El Cajon, CA
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2007 Saturn Vue
149,941 Miles
$5,999

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2007 Saturn Vue Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.5
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0

2007 Saturn Vue Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Saturn Vue - It is nothing special

Danielle
Jacksboro, Tennessee
Overall
3.0
Value
1.0
Performance
1.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
1.0
The fact that it was Hybrid made me think I would be saving so much on gas. Being a smaller size SUV, those are great qualities to have. However, although it does get better gas mileage than an SUV, it does not give the better gas mileage compared to other hybrids. It does have a small gas tank so the fact I can fill it up with $20 is great. However, the tank only lasts about a week which is what my smaller four-door sedan got with the same amount of highway time. I do like the room in the back and the fact that I can pull up the floor in the back and lift up a rack for grocery bags. I do not like the color, because it is gray with gray interior. I wish it had leather seats.
Story
I have never driven in snow. I live in Tennessee, and we really don't see snow that often, but a few years ago we actually got quite a bit, and I had to leave work early, otherwise I wouldn't be able to get home. I drove this vehicle in the snow for the very first time and as scary as it was, it handled just well enough so that I made it home with no problems, even on the worst hills.
Pros
My favorite feature about this vehicle is the back space. There is plenty of room to put all my groceries plus keep my double stroller back there. It is a large flat surface, so I can also transport food without fear of anything spilling over. The rack under the floor board is very convenient to keep grocery bags up close to the hatch door. I do like that it does get better gas mileage than a SUV with the same size.
Cons
Since it is a hybrid, I did expect to get a lot better gas mileage. The words Hybrid on the frame are just misleading. It really isn't a hybrid. When the car comes to a stop at a red light or stop sign, the car sounds like it dies, then when your foot comes off the break, the car starts back up. That is because each time you push the break and come to a stop, it charges the back up battery. They car is older now, and if it sits without being driven for a few days, the battery completely drains.

2007 Saturn Vue - Great Starter Car

Kat F
Hope Mills, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
This is a great starter car, I bought it right out of college and it has served me well. The gas mileage is great, working 25 miles from home I only had to fill up once a week. As a young woman I feel incredibly safe driving in the car and I love the mommy control panel as I call it. I can control all the windows, radio, etc... From my steering wheel. I have moved with this car seven times in the four years that I owned it and each time I am amazed at how much I can fit into my car. The trunk is huge and the back seat folds down so you can fit larger items in easily. I am glad that I bought this car, it was a good deal for a first car when you get a real job. Now that I have had it for a few years and my status in life has improved I am looking forward to upgrading.
Story
I love the hatch back of this car, during hot days in the summer I like to sit in the back and eat my lunch. I get to enjoy the day and the comfort of my car.
Pros
I love the interior of the vehicle, I have leather seats and wood trim on the dash board. The car handles great in all weather, even during this past Michigan winter I was able to get to wear I needed and plow threw a foot and a half of snow. The sensors are all reliable and I know when my oil change light comes on that it is time to change the oil.
Cons
While I really love this car, it does not have a lot of extras of gadgets. It is a basic SUV. The brakes squeak even when they were new and my tires always click. It is low to the ground for an SUV so you have to be more careful about driving over snow, etc. The brakes are not very sensitive which means you have to push down almost all the way to get the car to stop, even when the brakes are new.

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