2006 Saturn Vue Redline

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    2006 Saturn Vue Redline

    Here is our new Saturn Vue Redline. It comes fully loaded with OnStar, XM Satellite Radio, 3.5L V6, 5-Speed Auto, Sunroof, Redline Package (Interior enhancements, leather/suede seats, 18 inch performance tires, lowered, fascias etc.). Pretty much it has all the stuff you can think of. I was at the dealer today waiting for my car, and they had two pieces of steel, one was Quiet Steel, the other was regular steel used in regular cars. The Quiet Steel if you drop it on the floor sounds like a plastic card falling, where the regular piece of steel sounds really loud and clanky. The Quiet Steel is a steel/plastic mix or something and it was so cool on how it made hardly any noise when it fell. On the sticker, it said Quiet Steel 2005 Saturn ION and it had the website www.quietsteel.com and then the other piece of steel said, steel used in cars like Honda Civic, Mazda 3, Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra, Ford Focus etc. Quiet Steel is surprisingly a great innovation and it's nice to see GM use it. I did take pics of my Grand Prix, but the pics came out blurry, so I'll take some new ones in a few days, as I'm going on a small vacation.







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    Re: 2006 Saturn Vue Redline

    Wow that's a hot SUV. The interior looks real nice. You say fully loaded, do you have the backseat DVD entertainment?
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    Re: 2006 Saturn Vue Redline

    What does that talk button do on the wheel?
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    Re: 2006 Saturn Vue Redline

    Hey, I listen to channel 20 aswell!!
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    Re: 2006 Saturn Vue Redline

    Quote Originally Posted by mystikranger
    Wow that's a hot SUV. The interior looks real nice. You say fully loaded, do you have the backseat DVD entertainment?
    No, we don't have the backseat DVD entertainment and I just realized too that we don't have the tow package as well, but we have basically everything else. Still, it's pretty much fully loaded, since there aren't really many more options that you can opt for that this doesn't already have.

    EDIT: The Talk button on the steering wheel is actually the mute button. Doesn't seem to make sense.

    I'll post pics of my car, the Grand Prix soon. The pictures I took really sucked unfortunately.
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