2008 Saturn Vue XR AWD
MRSP: $30,945 (as tested)
I sat and looked at it for a minute. I looked at the keys. Yes, itís a 2008 Saturn Vue alright and I was about to take it for a spin. It looks smaller than it did in previous years. Less boxy, less SUVish, I guess it's a crossover now. Now it the next generation Vue, and the designers at GM/Saturn want to make it walk a fine-line between a compact SUV and a mid-size Crossover.
Updated 03-30-2008 at 09:56 AM by Steve
Started up the day by getting a cup of coffee, then headed out to get the Trailblazer Inspected. Got that done, have them replace one of the license plate tag lights on the vehicle, so it would pass inspection.
I drove to car max to get it checked out. They did an inspection and found no frame or structural damage, offered me a lowball wholesale value (I'll post about that in the TB section) and that was that.
Then I drove back to Vandergriff Collision south, in Arlington,
Just hit 80,000 miles on my '99 Chevy Cavalier this morning. I meant to watch it flip, but I stopped for coffee and looked down when I got on the freeway and noticed it was at 80,002 and thought that this thing is doing pretty good overall.
Since I've owned it for about 4 years, I've only had to do regular maintenance and put in an alternator in the low 70,000 range. Otherwise I've had very few issues with it. I do need to get the alignment
Ok, for my first entry in this blog, I guess I'm going to just outline what's happened to my 1991 Suburban right up until this past Saturday (easter weekend)...
I'm running a 1991 Chevrolet Suburban 2WD 1500 with the Chevy 350 small-block and a TH700R4 transmission running to stock 3.08 gears in the rear-end. To the best of my knowledge, I am the 3rd owner of this truck. For the most part, it's still in the exact condition it's been in since it was built some 17 years ago. However,
Updated 03-26-2008 at 03:47 PM by Crawdaddy
I know a wide variety of folks in life. Those that out outdoorsy, play sports, jog, play soccer, hike, bike, whatever. I've been pretty sedentary for the past couple of years.
So I'm starting to feel like I don't have any stamina. It's time for come cardio. So at lunch-time yesterday, I decide to do some stairs in my office building.
Ok, I'm not 18 anymore, but come on. I was panting and just about collapsed after climbing only 4 or 5 flights of stairs. I finally
Updated 03-27-2008 at 09:53 AM by Steve