by janell26 on Jan 15, 2012 Vehicle: 2005 Saturn VUE Fwd 4dr SUV (2.2L 4cyl 5M)
I bought my Vue with 60k miles from a private seller for $2k due to a Salvage Title. I was a little hesitant going into it but since it was so cheap I figured why not.
I've had the car 2 years and it is now nearing 90k miles and I have absolutely NO problems with it whatsoever. I've never had anything go out/stop working on me. The car has never stalled or done anything suspect. It needs brakes/rotors right now, that's about it.
I'm pretty impressed considering the salvage title, not to mention I was in a major accident with it about a year ago also....runs as if nothing happened even though it's had the crap kicked out of it.
by brittanyttr on Jan 14, 2011 Vehicle: 2005 Saturn VUE Fwd 4dr SUV (2.2L 4cyl 5M)
I purchased my VUE in July of 05.
I was driving one day in the city and notice I had no acceleration to go.
I notice that a light came on so I pulled over to check the owners manual and it said the sensor reduction light was one.
So I did what it said to do and when I turned my car back on, it ran okay.
I took it to the Saturn dealer and they told me it could be either the gas pedal or my wiring harness.
So we replaced my gas pedal..drove it home and not even w/in 24 hrs it did it again.
I called the dealeship again and they said its the wiring harness and that was going to be $700...has anyone had problems w/ their sensor reduction?
Looking for help..Not sure I trust this dealer..
by brillbuild on Aug 10, 2009 Vehicle: 2005 Saturn VUE Fwd 4dr SUV (2.2L 4cyl 5M)
Our 2005 Saturn Vue has been fun to drive for 4 years now. It is so comfortable and getting in the back seat is a breeze. We've had no repairs and had to replace tires at 60,000. It has a little more noise than some but all the other nice thin gs far outweigh that. We hope we can drive this on as long as possible.
Revised interior and exterior trim details freshen up the interior of Saturn's SUV. Four-cylinder models get new machined alloy wheels in place of last year's painted alloys, along with new seat fabric, and a four-speed automatic transmission in place of the former CVT unit. All-wheel drive is no longer available on four-cylinder Vues.