AA/78U said:Well I would imagine it's possible; I don't think anyone has tried. BTW; the XR-L in your signature; what does the L represent?
I wonder if all this re-naming had something to do with the '10's being built for PENSKE? It's all the same trim as the 09's. They probably wanted to make it sound like the consumer was getting more through PENSKE, but those who know what's going on knew different My '09 is between the XR-L and XR-L Premium because I have a sunroof and NO HID or it's just an XR-L with the option of the sunroof. I would'nt of minded a '10 XR-L Premium, still a nice CUV.AA/78U said:I pulled this info down from here http://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/2010-saturn-outlook.htm
General Motors is phasing out the Saturn brand, a process scheduled for completion by the end of calendar 2010. Outlook shares its basic design with the Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia, and premium-midsize Buick Enclave. It comes in XE, XE Premium, XR-L, and XR-L Premium trim levels, each with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Also offered is the entry-level front-drive XV. All have a 3.6-liter V6 engine. XV, XE, and XE Premium have 281 horsepower while the XR-L and XR-L Premium have 288 horsepower. All use a 6-speed automatic transmission. Maximum towing capacity is 5,200 pounds. Available safety features include ABS, traction control, antiskid system, curtain-side airbags, and front-side airbags. Standard on the XE Premium and all XR-L versions are rear-obstacle detection, rearview camera, dual-zone automatic climate control, and a wireless cell-phone link. XR-L and XR-L Premium have leather upholstery, heated front seats, and a power liftgate. XR-L Premium has a sunroof and xenon headlights.
So basically there are 5 trim levels; so it looked as though GM was broadening the Outlook line before it was axed