Saturn's little PreVue crossover has three, not five doors. If that's a problem, get an Outlook for the family. It's 178 inches overall, on a 106.6-inch wheelbase, and no B-pillar. Its V-shaped brushed-aluminum radiator grille distinguishes front fascia borrowed from its sister Opel Antara. Subtle door handles retract flush with the body, and slide out when the driver approaches with the remote. Both front and rear passengers can enjoy a skyview thanks to two sunroofs. For flexibility, a pantographic hinge allows the tailgate to move up, forward, and out of the way when opened. Driver's visibility is improved by LED headlamps and taillights, while the vehicle's visibility is improved by polished 20-inch wheels. Underhood, the twin-turbo 212-horsepower Ecotec common-rail diesel seen in the PreVue and Antara is not likely to make it to North America. Some say it could be perfect competitor for the upcoming VW Marrakech, as PreVueed in Geneva as the Concept A.
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