Saturn VUE Green Line 2 Mode - Kelley Blue Book Interviews Jill Lajdziak

FOR MORE CAR VIDEOS & REVIEWS CHECK OUT http://www.kbb.com/kbb/NewsAndReviews/VideoLibrary.aspx Saturn VUE. When the Saturn VUE Green Line 2 Mode (its full and proper name) arrives near the end of 2008, the VUE will be the first vehicle to offer a choice of two hybrid powertrains. The hybrid system in the original VUE Green Line is inexpensive, but doesn't offer all the fuel savings of a "full" hybrid. The VUE Green Line 2 Mode, on the other hand, promises a 50-percent increase in city fuel economy over its gas-only V6 counterpart and an impressive range of more than 500 miles. Unlike the first VUE hybrid, the second will be able to run solely on electric power at low speeds. Expect a starting price in the high $20,000 range. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit kbb.com today.

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2008 Saturn Vue Review - Kelley Blue Book
FOR MORE CAR VIDEOS & REVIEWS CHECK OUT http://www.kbb.com/kbb/NewsAndReviews/VideoLibrary.aspx Saturn VUE. Versatile, practical and stylish could be the mantra of the 2008 Saturn VUE. A mid-size SUV with plenty of cargo-hauling ability and seating for five, the 2008 Saturn VUE has been revamped to reflect European design elements and a higher level of interior refinement. The previous generation Saturn VUE didn't have much pizzazz -- the conventional large-SUV design features didn't work well with the Saturn VUE's smaller dimensions. The new-generation Saturn VUE is both larger and more stylish, offering more appeal to singles and families wanting an easy-riding SUV with plenty of character. A hybrid version of the VUE offers more sophisticated technology and even better gas mileage. But the 2008 Saturn VUE does not offer a third row of seating, though some of its competitors do. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit kbb.com today.





Maserati - LA Auto Show - Kelley Blue Book Interviews Jeff Ehoodin
FOR MORE CAR VIDEOS & REVIEWS CHECK OUT http://www.kbb.com/kbb/NewsAndReviews/VideoLibrary.aspx Maserati GranTurismo. How do you build an "investment-quality" automobile that fulfills the expectations of the well-heeled public while not flooding the market? According to Maserati expert Jeff Ehoodin, you build modern, authentic luxury cars like the new Grand Turismo and Quattroporte Automatic. By preserving Maserati's philosophy of avoiding volume-driven manufacturing, the company has found success catering to wealthy customers who gravitate to its history, heritage and Italian style. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit kbb.com today.





Suzuki X-Head Concept - Kelley Blue Book Interviews Younan
FOR MORE CAR VIDEOS & REVIEWS CHECK OUT http://www.kbb.com/kbb/NewsAndReviews/VideoLibrary.aspx Suzuki Concept Car. Suzuki X-Head Concept. Like a child's toy made real, the Suzuki X-Head sparks the imagination in a way few concept cars at the North American International Auto Show can. Beyond its striking appearance, the X-Head offers the practicality of a light pickup truck and can even have its bed swapped for a two person sleeping pod or a unit made for rescue operations in difficult to reach areas. We spoke with Suzuki's Steve Younan about the inspiration for the X-Head and the likelihood of it being produced. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit kbb.com today.





2007 Saturn Vue Green Line Hybrid Review - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/KBB/NewCars/Saturn_VUE.aspx Saturn has completely redesigned its VUE SUV, adding a Green Line trim touting the same mild hybrid technology found in the Saturn Aura hybrid. Aside from its improved fuel economy, the Saturn VUE Green Line operates much like the non-hybrid model. A comfortable interior and an eye-catching exterior make the VUE Green Line a good choice for those in need of a small and efficient SUV. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit http://www.kbb.com today.




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