The whole point of the green line is fuel economy and instead we get horsepower and torque figures........
when did these numbers come out? I think the Vue has to be a V6 since it is a fat pig
Why make a Vue hybrid? It's sooo heavy to start with
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Ahem...isn't it the Saturn Vue HYBRID now?
Stupid Saturn marketing...
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Considering that link just goes to the graph, I didn't bother posting the link.
pretty good power figures.. now whats the fuel economy?
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The current model gets great numbers at 25/32 so why use the 3.6? Just use a DI 4 at around 200hp linked to the hybrid tranny. Seems more logical to me.
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the current Vue Green line is a v4 and for lower market, simply gets you extra miles. The two mode is using the tech on chevy Tahoe, which is more advance tech.
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