Saturn Outlook 2008 Suv White Good Condition on 2040-cars
Barrington, Rhode Island, United States
2008 Saturn Outlook AWD XR
SUV 128 120 miles Highway:
22 MPG 1 owner
Engine 3.6L VVT V6; Dual exhaust; oil life monitoring system;
variable assist power steering; ride and handling suspension; 6 speed automatic
Safety and Security Features
Antilock brake system; stabilitrak-stability control;
traction control system; air bags – dual frontal, head curtain side air bags
and front side impact air bags; passenger sensing system; child safety latch
system; power door locks and windows with driver express down; theft deterrent
system; remote keyless entry.
18” machined aluminum wheels; sun roof; automatic headlamps;
front fog lamps; roof rails; rear manual liftgate; power and heated, dual
,body-colored outside mirror; rear defrost; Good Year Fortera tires in good
Front bucket seats; all seats cloth; power windows; steering
wheel controls; cruise control; CD player with AM/FM radio; driver lumbar; Dual
zone A/C; auto off headlights; wood grain interior trim; sliding middle row and
a fold down 3rd row – 8 passengers.
A smoke free vehicle!
Saturn Outlook for Sale
Auto Services in Rhode Island
Automobile Body Repairing & Painting
Address: 221 Washington Hwy, Smithfield
Phone: (401) 231-1800
Auto Repair & Service, Used Car Dealers
Address: 35 Quaker Ln, Jamestown
Phone: (401) 615-5959
Auto Repair & Service, Wheels-Aligning & Balancing, Automobile Diagnostic Service
Address: 417 Old Colony Rd, Barrington
Phone: (774) 254-2894
Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automobile Performance, Racing & Sports Car Equipment, Automobile Customizing
Address: 1761 Fall River Ave, Tiverton
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Auto Repair & Service, Gas Stations, Automobile Inspection Stations & Services
Address: 96 Main St, Woonsocket
Phone: (508) 435-9038
Auto Repair & Service, Brake Repair
Address: 2674 Hartford Ave, Harmony
Phone: (866) 595-6470
Fri, 08 Jun 2012 18:59:00 EST
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is evidently keeping itself very busy these days, as the federal agency has just announced it is launching or renewing investigations into Toyota, Honda and General Motors crossovers.
Fri, 05 Sep 2014 17:46:00 EST
2006-2008 model year Toyota RAV4 crossovers are under review for allegations of rear tie-rod rust which can result in failure. NHTSA also said it is probing some 35 complaints about 2005 Honda Pilot models with inappropriate activation of the vehicles' stability control system. The alleged malfunction can cause the vehicles to slow down or stop in bad unsafe situations. At the moment, NHTSA is reviewing a petition regarding the Pilot issue, a move that will determine whether it needs to open a full-blown investigation.
In addition, Saturn Outlook and GMC Acadia three-row crossovers built in 2007-2009 are getting looked at for "loss of low beam headlamp" function. One complainant said the wiring in his Outlook overheated and melted. NHTSA says it has received 415 complaints about the problem and a GM spokesman confirmed that the automaker already started a "Customer Satisfaction Program" in December to address the issue.
Despite the tens of millions of recalled vehicles this year, it's somewhat rare that we get a glimpse into what goes into deciding when to conduct one of these safety campaigns. New documents published by General Motors and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are giving us an interesting opportunity to see how the sausage is made and show the number of meetings it takes to declare a recall.
Thu, 08 May 2014 10:30:00 EST
In early August, GM added about another 269,000 vehicles to its 2014 recall tally in the US when it announced a slew of new safety campaigns. Among them was a fix for the 2002-2004 Saturn Vue that covered 202,155 of them in the US. The problem was that the key could be removed from the ignition even when it wasn't in the "OFF" position, and that had caused two crashes and one injury, according to the automaker.
Where we start to see behind the veil is in the defect notice freshly released by NHTSA. It shows that GM began investigating more widely for ignition switches in April, shortly after the company expanded its ignition switch recall to a variety of Saturn products, among others, according to Automotive News. The automaker found 152 reports in the 2002-2004 Vue of vehicles rolling away or the key being removed out of a total population of 215,243 units worldwide.
General Motors may have made a few mistakes when it came to the whole ignition-switch debacle, and it will likely be dealing with the consequences for some time to come. But you have to hand it to Mary Barra and her team, because they're determined to clean house and avoid the same mistakes. That's why the biggest of the Big Three automakers in Detroit has been issuing recalls left, right and Renaissance Center. Aside from those vehicles fitted with the faulty ignition switches, GM has recalled over 50,000 Cadillac SRXs, another 50 heavy-duty pickups and some 51,000 full-size crossovers. There are bound to be more to come, and now it's issued another 50k-unit recall over faulty shift cables in the transmission.
The recall affects 2007 and 2008 Saturn Auras fitted with the four-speed automatic transmission manufactured between April 24, 2006, and October 31, 2007. The recall doesn't affect models equipped with the six-speed automatic, or for that matter any of the Aura's Epsilon platform-mates like the Chevy Malibu, Pontiac G6, Opel Signum and Vectra, Saab 9-3 or - carrying over from Fiat's aborted partnership with GM - the Fiat Croma, although many of those models used the same 4T40 transmission employed in the Aura.
In the affected vehicles, the shift cable might fracture while in motion, preventing the transmission from shifting into Park or the ignition from switching off, which the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration figures could lead to the car rolling away. Hence the recall of 56,214 units in the United States, owners of which can expect to hear from their dealership in due course to have the necessary components replaced.