2008 Saturn VUE Values

Select a 2008 Saturn VUE trim level

2008 model year changes

The 2008 Saturn Vue has been completely redesigned inside and out, with a more arced roofline and better-detailed front and rear styling, plus slightly longer and wider overall dimensions. GM also claims that the Vue now offers the widest range of powertrains in its segment. Plastic body panels, a Saturn-exclusive long-touted as superior for corrosion and dent resistance, are now gone, replaced by conventional sheetmetal. The Honda-sourced V6 has also been discontinued.

Competitive comparison

New look; controlled ride; fuel economy (XE and Green Line); extensive cargo space; standard safety equipment; towing stability feature.

Special features for 2008

The base 2008 Saturn Vue XE with, in front-wheel drive, represents a particularly strong value, with its wide range of standard features and economical engine, while the Vue Green Line will appeal to those who want to make an eco-friendly statement. It carries an EPA fuel economy rating of 25 city, 32 highway--the best of any sport-utility vehicle for 2008--and it's also quite affordably priced, starting at less than $25,000. In general, the Vue has a nice, controlled ride and good carlike handling, matched with an especially roomy interior and good towing ability for its size.
The 2008 Saturn VUE – a four door SUV – charges into 2008 with a new exterior design, a more powerful 4-cylinder engine and two V6 engine choices with plenty of power under the hood, in addition to excellent interior styling, nice fit and finish and the use of high-quality materials that create a spacious look and feel. The VUE comes equipped with your choice of a 169 horsepower 2.4-liter inline 4-cylinder, a 222 horsepower 3.5-liter V6 or a 257 horsepower 3.6-liter V6. Buyers also have the choice of a gas/electric 172 horsepower 2.4-liter inline 4-cylinder Hybrid.