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2008 Saturn Sky Red Line Turbo

Dix Hills, New York 11746

Vehicle Synopsis

Type of Owner:Private Owner
Car Club:none
Engine:2.0-liter Turbo
Exterior Color:Sunburst Yellow
Interior Color:Black Leather

Story Behind the Vehicle


This is a one owner, 2008 Saturn Sky Red Line in Sunburst Yellow with black interior and a black soft convertible top. It is powered by the 2.0 Liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine. Options include the 5-speed automatic transmission, front bucket seats with leather surfaces, high performance audio system, rear spoiler, and 6-disc CD player. This car was originally registered in Florida and has covered just 47,849 miles. It has a clean Carfax with no reported incidents and a clear title and is in New York.


The exterior is painted in Sunburst Yellow with a black convertible top and rear trunk spoiler. The Sky design has sharp edges and flowing curves, with pronounced fender peaks and a clamshell hood. The front end features a slim upper grille with a chrome bar bearing an integrated Saturn badge. The convertible top folds completely into the rear compartment. It has aluminum 18-inch wheels wrapped in Hankook tires and factory coil-over Bilstein monotube shock absorbers, with a four-wheel-independent suspension.



The interior has leather bucket seats, air conditioning, power door locks, cruise control, AM/FM Stereo CD Player, MP2 player with aux input jack, and the Monsoon 225-watt seven-speaker audio system.



The Sky Red Line features an Ecotec turbocharged 2.0-liter engine, boasting 260 hp at 5,300 rpm and 260 pounds-feet of torque at 2,500 rpm mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission. This Saturn Sky was well maintained and is current on all maintenance.


The Saturn Sky was designed by Franz Van Holzhausen, who is now Tesla's current chief designer. Automotive journalists say the Sky was some of his best work, with an angular design that still looks great today.

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