TO THE POINTWhat’s New? As a bookend to the Pontiac Solstice roadster, the 2007 Saturn Sky offers a more contemporary style and additional features for a higher base price. Selling Points: Attractive styling; compliant ride; nicely designed interior; snappy manual transmission Deal Breakers: Less cargo room than the Mazda MX-5 Miata; slightly cramped interior; heavy curb weight; thrashy engine. Our Advice: Roadster shoppers should take a good hard look at the 2007 Saturn Sky, but driving enthusiasts will likely prefer the Miata or the Solstice.
We found the 2007 Saturn Sky to be a roadster that will delight most everyone who drives it, while at the same time leaving them wanting for more: more leg room, more power, and ultimately, more of the look and the verve that makes up the 2007 Saturn Sky. Available now at your friendly local Saturn “retailer,” the Sky is well-equipped and competitively priced, though the 2.4-liter, 170-horsepower engine left us hungry for more. That’s coming, in the guise of the turbocharged, 260-horsepower 2007 Sky Red Line, but for now we’re left with the normally-aspirated Sky. From outside and in, however, the Sky is sure to serve as a perfect bookend to its corporate sibling, the Pontiac Solstice.