How much horsepower does a 2007 Saturn Sky have?

177 to 260 hp2007 Saturn Sky / Horsepower

How much horsepower does a 2007 Saturn Sky have?

177 to 260 hp2007 Saturn Sky / Horsepower

Are all Saturn Sky Turbo?

It uses the Kappa automobile platform shared with the Pontiac Solstice….

Saturn Sky
Platform GM Kappa platform
Related Pontiac Solstice
Engine 2.0 L Ecotec LNF turbo I4 2.4 L LE5 I4

How fast is a 2007 Saturn Sky?

2007 Saturn Sky Redline
List price $27,895
0–100 mph 14.3 sec
0–1320 ft (1/4 mile) 14.0 sec @ 99.1 mph
Top speed 142 mph

How much did a Saturn Sky cost in 2007?

Used 2007 Saturn SKY Pricing Saturn SKY pricing starts with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $23,690 and tops out just shy of $28,000 when fully loaded.

What does a 2007 Saturn Sky weigh?

2,933 to 2,990 lbs2007 Saturn Sky / Curb weight

How many Saturn Skys were built?

The Saturn Sky debuted in 2006, entered the market as a 2007 model year vehicle, and was discontinued after the 2010 model year. Roughly 35,000 units were built during this time….First Generation.

Model Comments
2010 Saturn Sky Final model year

Is Saturn Ion supercharged?

About the Saturn Ion Redline: The Saturn Ion Redline does not look like it but it is in fact a demon car! This car has a 2.0l Supercharged engine that can drive this baby up to 236 horsepower with the ability to reach about 218lb-ft of torque.

How much is a Saturn Sky Turbo?

About the Saturn Sky

Convertible Original MSRP/Price Engine
Sky 2dr Conv $27595 / $26215 4 Cylinder
Sky 2dr Conv Hydro Blue SE $30190 / $28680 4 Cylinder
Sky 2dr Conv Red Line $31905 / $29831 4 Cylinder Turbo
Sky 2dr Conv Red Line Hydro Blue SE $33680 / $31490 4 Cylinder Turbo

Is the Saturn Sky comfortable?

Interior. Though dainty roadsters aren’t typically known for having roomy cabins, the 2008 Saturn Sky is better than most in terms of offering enough room for large occupants to stretch out. The dash is modern and attractive, with comfortable, well-bolstered seats.

How fast is a Sky Redline?

2007 Saturn Sky Red Line 0-60, quarter mile, specs

0-60 mph 5.2 seconds
Top speed 226 kph / 140 mph
Curb weight 1359 kilograms (2996 pounds)
Year introduced 2007
Displacement 2000 cubic centimeters (2.0 liters / 122 cubic inches)

Is the 2007 Saturn Sky the Saturn Sky’s long-foretold Revival finally here?

Here comes the 2007 Saturn Sky, and with it, Saturn’s long-foretold revival goes back onto the front burner. The Sky arrives not a minute too soon.

How does the GM Ecotec Sky compare to the solstice?

Dig into the throttle, and the burring from the DOHC 16-valve 2.4-liter four is more muted, its 6900-rpm redline less of a raspy thrash than in the Solstice. GM’s Ecotec swings a big stroke and will never be confused with a zingy sports-car engine. In the Sky, the harshness is better hidden.

Is GM giving up on the Saturn Sky?

The Sky arrives not a minute too soon. Although GM appeared to give up on Saturn, the division’s dealers – who are generally liked by customers, or at least those filling out J.D. Power and Associates dealer-satisfaction surveys, where Saturn consistently rates with Toyota, Honda, and even Lexus – didn’t give up.