Saturn's small SUV has a subpar interior and seats that lack support.
The steering is numb and the slow-responding AWD system allows the front wheels to spin noticeably on slippery roads before the rear wheels engage.
The 3.0-liter V6 provides quick, but noisy acceleration.
In 2004, it was replaced by a better 3.5-liter V6 from Honda.
On early models, four-cylinder Vues use a CVT or a five-speed-manual, while V6 versions have a five-speed automatic.
A tip up in the government's rollover test is a concern.