Trade-In Value - Based on the Black Book value of a 2002 Saturn, this is the amount you can expect to receive for your if you sell it to the dealer at the same time you are purchasing a new vehicle.
The Saturn brand becomes the latest entrant to the sport utility vehicle sector for 2002 debuting the Vue. The 2002 Saturn Vue heavily borrows cues from the S-Series sedan and utilizes dent-resistant side body panels. With an available 3.0-liter V-6 engine, the Vue becomes the first all-wheel drive Saturn product. When equipped with the base four-cylinder powerplant, the 2002 Vue's engine can be paired to a five-speed manual gearbox or a continuously variable transmission. For 2002, the L-Series sedan and wagon have gained several upgrades. Side curtain airbags introduced in 2001 are now standard on the Saturn top-of-the-line model. New options offered on the Saturn L-Series for 2002 include a rear-seat DVD entertainment system and automatic climate control. The Saturn SC coupe and SL sedan changes are minor for 2002 but the SW wagon has been completely dropped.
Despite its unassuming appearance, the 2002 Saturn VUE uses innovative engine technology to transport families on the go. Other vehicles on the market have transmissions that utilize several gears. However, the 5 seat VUE uses continuous variable transmission (CVT) technology in its 4 cylinder model to provide continuity and a smooth ride. The Saturn CVT system (also known as VTi) compares favorably to similar technology used by Honda and Audi.
The VUE does come with some caveats. First, despite foldable rear and passenger seats with ample leg room for everyone, some reviewers warn that taller consumers may find the VUE a tight fit. In addition, engine noise can detract from the enhanced CVT performance. However, despite these minor issues, the 2002 Saturn VUE combines solid performance and innovative technology into one family friendly package.
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2002 Saturn SL Base
L4 - 1.9L vin 8 116ci - MFI GAS SOHC
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