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I'm selling my Outlook. We bought it to tow our camper and we've decided to stop camping. More pics in my CL ad here. I'm in central Ohio.

Top of the line Saturn Outlook XR nearly every factory option. Very clean. We are the second owner, we bought it with 12K miles and have all records since then. This is a roomy, stylish, comfortable and very capable. This Outlook has served us well, but we no longer need an SUV so we are moving on to something smaller.

If you're looking at the Chevy Traverse, Buick Enclave and GMC Acadia, this is identical under the skin. Any GM dealer can work on it, same parts as the others. The new Acadia uses the Outlook body too, so this SUV looks a lot like a brand new Acadia (especially from behind). Bigger inside than a Pilot, Highlander or Explorer.

- 288 HP 3.6L V6, 6 speed automatic
- Front Wheel Drive
- EPA rated 17 city/24 highway
- Leather seats
- Heated seats
- 8 way power driver's seat
- Power passenger seat
- 8 passenger seating
- AM/FM/XM/MP3/CD Player with USB input
- Bluetooth
- Tri-zone automatic climate control
- Rear seat audio controls
- Factory remote start
- Backup camera
- Rear parking sensors
- Power liftgate
- Auto dimming mirror
- Auto headlights
- Fog lights
- Homelink
- Driver Information Center (on board trip computer)
- OnStar
- 18" Alloy wheels
- Roof rack and cross bars
- Factory installed tow package. There is no GM recognized add-on tow package for these vehicles. If you plan to tow, you need the FACTORY package.
- 60% tread left on $1000 in new Continental tires
- Two keys and two remotes
- 83,000 miles

Priced fairly at $16,999, which is least $1,000 below dealer prices, but I'll entertain offers.

Cash or cashier's check only please.

Vehicle has been sold. Traded on a 2007 Prius Touring.
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