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2012 Saturn Vue Review

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Trim Levels and Specifications

The 2012 version of Saturn Vue will be available in four trim levels- vue four-wheel-drive four-cylinder, vue all-wheel-drive six-cylinder, vue four-wheel-drive six-cylinder, and vue all-wheel-drive four-cylinder. All the four models come with standard Ecote 2.2-liter, dual-overhead-cam, four-cylinder engine, whereas the six-cylinder vehicles possess a 3.0-liter DOHC V-6 engine for the development of 181 horsepower with traditional five-speed automatic transmission. 

 All models come standard with computer controls as well as electronic sensors to measure and react to thousands of inputs per second, controlling steering assistance to help the Vue operate smoothly on rugged terrain and in odd conditions. This innovative steering system enhances the fuel economy. Moreover, the weight of 2012 Vue is very low in comparison to the previous model.

 Exterior and Interior Features

On the exterior, Vue exhibits a very good appearance. It comes traditional with dent and corrosion resistant polymer body side panels, 16-inch steel wheels with wheel covers, integrated roof rails, exterior breakaway side view mirrors, intermittent windshield wipers, and integrated bumpers.

Coming to the interior, it includes air conditioning with dust and pollen filter, 70/30 split folding rear seatbacks, cruise control, cargo-area carpet, map lights, dual visor vanity mirrors, and rear window defogger. Coming to the vehicle capacity, it is designed to carry five passengers at a time. It can tow up to 1000 lbs.

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