The 2009 Saturn Sky comes nicely equipped with standard features and must-have options. New for 2009 is Bluetooth hands-free communication via the OnStar system and three additional colors.
Car and Driver mentions that the "Sky's base price of $23,690" includes "air conditioning, ABS, cruise," and "power everything." About the only other standard feature of note on the Saturn Sky is the "remote keyless entry," according to ConsumerGuide. The standard features list on the 2009 Saturn Sky is not particularly long, but it includes some cool items. Road & Track reviewers are particularly impressed with the "six-speaker AM/FM/CD player and iPod plug-input sound system with XM satellite radio" on the Sky Saturn, and other reviews read by TheCarConnection.com approve of the sound system as well.
In addition to the standard features on the 2009 Saturn Sky, there are several available options packages and stand-alone features. On the base Saturn Sky, Cars.com says buyers have the option of adding a "Premium Trim Package" that includes "steering-wheel mounted audio controls" and a "driver information center." Kelley Blue Book reports "leather seats" and a "rear spoiler" are also available on the Saturn Sky. One critical review of the available options for the Sky Saturn comes from Cars.com, where reviewers contend that the "optional premium Monsoon stereo" simply "isn't the best stereo" that they've heard, and they feel that "more distortion-free power is needed for top-down highway driving."