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:agree:nighttripper said:Everyone I see who's looking at my Sky, when I have it parked or stopped, seems to have rave remarks about the look of the car. Some think it a BMW or Mercededes at first glance, then when they hear it's a Saturn Sky and the price. SHOCK I think the reviews are one persons opinion who have only driven the car a short while. The proof in the pudding is driving it all the time JMHO:thumbs:
.................:agree:AustinTashis said:Since this is a magazine that deals with money and investing, you'd think they might have noticed that Solstices are selling for more used than their owners paid for them. It's one factoid about the car that actually has something to do with their area of expertise, but they didn't mention it.
As long as it handles as well as the '99' Malibu I have been driving for the past 7 years, I'll be totally satisfied. Since I don't have a whole lot to campare the Sky to, I'm bound to be happy. My hubby and I car pool 60 miles round trip on backup roads 5 days a week. We are so looking forward to doing this in the Sky, hopefully in the not too distant future.wt2ga said:.................:agree:
See? I could never get away with posting anything like that.CNN Article said:So I felt mostly the same about both cars, except for design -- the Solstice is nice, too, but it looks like a brown-bag lunch next to the Sky's silver-platter presentation.