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Saturn Sky

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Saturn Sky 2009
Saturn's more deluxe version of the Pontiac Solstice roadster shares that car's standard 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine, which sounded and felt harsh. However, Saturn's Red Line version, with a turbocharged, 260-hp four-cylinder, transforms the car, making it much quicker and more fun to drive. The Sky handles fairly well, is easy to control, and has a tolerable ride. Rushed into production, the passenger compartment has unimpressive fit and finish, and cabin storage is pretty much limited to what you have in your pockets. The trunk is tiny and folding the soft top is a multistep process that requires getting out of the car. The Sun set on the Sky in 2009.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2009 $7,350 - $8,150 $4,215 - $4,915
2008 $6,500 - $7,200 $3,465 - $4,065
2007 $5,900 - $6,550 $2,915 - $3,515