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Saturn of Alexandria
(703) 998-5600
1605 Fern St
Alexandria, VA
Saturn Of Marlow Heights
(301) 899-0430
4601 Saint Barnabas Rd
Temple Hills, MD
Saturn of Fairfax
(703) 359-8080
9596 Lee Hwy
Fairfax, VA
Curtis Chevrolet
(202) 723-0100
5929 Georgia Ave NW
Washington, DC
Victoria Auto Sales Inc
(202) 398-1440
1270 Bladensburg Rd NE
Washington, DC
Saturn Of Bowie
(301) 352-3000
4601 Saint Barnabas Rd
Temple Hills, MD
Saturn Of Silver Spring
(301) 890-2800
3221 Automobile Blvd
Silver Spring, MD
Trinity International Motors Inc
(202) 636-7930
1830 Bladensburg Rd NE
Washington, DC
Northeast Auto Sales Llc
(202) 399-1605
1900 Bladensburg Rd NE
Washington, DC
Vibe Motors Inc
(202) 399-4447
1200 Bladensburg Rd NE
Washington, DC

Saturn Vehicles


Saturn, originating as a line of economy cars from General Motors, today offers a variety of dynamic vehicles which vary from a raucous roadster sports car called Sky to a full-size crossover utility vehicle (CUV) named Outlook. New to the line in 2008 is the Astra, a sporty three-door and five-door compact hatchback, and a redesigned Vue, Saturn's mid-size CUV.

A premium sports sedan from Saturn, called Aura, constructed on GM's mid-size Epsilon architecture which also underpins the Opel Vectra in Europe, arrived in 2007 and continues in 2008 with two trims, two different V6 engines and a carload of safety equipment including curtain-style side air bags. Aura XE draws from a 3.5-liter V6 with VVT (variable valve timing) for 224 hp using a Hydra-Matic four-speed automatic transmission. Aura XR gets GM's dual-cam 3.6-liter VVT V6 with a six-speed automatic. Aura's tastefully trimmed passenger compartment provides seats for five and lots of amenities.

Astra is a new compact-class hatchback that pops up in Saturn's 2008 line and it appears in two configurations -- a five-door version which functions like a sedan and a sporty three-door that's like a cool coupe. Astra's standard powertrain is GM's economical 1.8-liter Ecotec dual-cam four-in-line engine which makes 140 hp in concert with a standard five-speed manual or optional electronically controlled four-speed automatic transaxle. There are two trim designations for the five-door Astra (XE and XR) and one trim (XR) for the three-door Astra. Six air bags including curtain-style side air bags go into every issue.

Saturn's Sky two-seat roadster convertible is gorgeous, with rippled skin stretched like flexed muscles over a long and broad structure which features a prominent prow, mid-ship cockpit and roly-poly rump. A convertible top tucks into the rear compartment and leaves only smooth lines on the deck. Sky's 2.4-liter Ecotec in-line-four engine delivers 173 hp. Mechanical assets include a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) chassis and independent suspension designs front and rear using lightweight aluminum for upper and lower control arms. GM's StabiliTrak skid controls and a limited-slip differential apply as standard equipment in 2008, plus XM satellite radio service.

A performance version of the Sky roadster is called Red Line, with capital letters. It packs a punched-up powerplant, performance-tuned suspension and special aerodynamic accents applied to the body. Engine for the Red Line is a twin-cam 2.0-liter Ecotec four-in-line with direct-injection turbo-charging and air-to-air inter-cooling. This plant has the highest specific output ever for GM at 130 hp per liter. It soars to 260 hp. The Red Line also stocks electronic stability control (ESC), a dual exhaust system with polished aluminum outlets, 18-inch polished aluminum alloy wheels and brake cooling vents cut into front fascia.

The eight-passenger Outlook CUV from Saturn, based on GM's Lambda pla...

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