Automakers tend to pack all sorts of high-tech features into their hybrid models, but Saturn opts for a less opulent base package for the 2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid.
The 2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid comes in just one trim, which TheCarConnection.com's editors note is better equipped than the base Saturn Vue XE but doesn't include as much as the more upscale XR. Some of the standard features on the Saturn Vue 2009 Hybrid include "remote keyless entry, a CD stereo with an auxiliary input jack, cruise control, [and] automatic climate control," according to Cars.com. Kelley Blue Book adds that "steering wheel-mounted audio controls," and full-power accessories are also included in the base price, as well as "auto on/off headlights." Edmunds reviewers are impressed with the "lengthy features list" on the 2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid, which is rounded out with a standard "satellite radio" receiver.
Moving over to the options list, consumers will find quite a bit worth splurging on when outfitting their Saturn Vue Hybrid. Kelley Blue Book reviewers find that Saturn "offers at extra cost a DVD-based navigation system" and a "rear DVD entertainment system." Edmunds reports that other options available for the Saturn Vue 2009 Hybrid include a "Comfort & Convenience Package [that] adds rain-sensing wipers, heated mirrors and windshield washer nozzles, [an] eight-way power driver seat, [and] leather-wrapped steering wheel." An available Premium Trim Package on the Saturn Vue Hybrid refits the interior with leather upholstery and heated front seats.