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.
About Brian Chee Prior to joining Autobytel in the Spring of 2000, Brian Chee spent 15 years as a writer and editor in his native southern California, his work appearing in a wide variety of regional newspapers and online publications. As an editor at Autobytel, Brian has been quoted in numerous regional and national publications, including the Wall St. Journal and InStyle Magazine. He is responsible for writing, editing and planning content for three of the company’s consumer websites: autobytel.com, autoweb.com and carsmart.com. His “beat” includes vehicle reviews, features, news and Auto Show coverage. Brian considers himself a “SoCal” car enthusiast: the kind who grades a car on how it handles today’s urban and suburban reality of daily traffic gridlock, rising fuel prices and fast-paced lifestyles. Brian is an Eagle Scout, a member of the Automotive Press Association, the Motor Press Guild, and the California State University Advisory Board for Internet Writing. Brian holds a bachelor's degree in Journalism.