New Aura

Discussion in 'Saturn Aura' started by rfdjr1, Jun 8, 2007.

  1. rfdjr1

    rfdjr1 Guest

    Got a new Aura today. What a sweet ride. This is my fourth Saturn since 1997.
    I've been hooked since. But this car is the real deal. Everyting I wanted except
    for XM Radio, since they couldn't find a 2007 in my color with that option. But
    since XM and Sirius are supposed to merge, I guess it might be a moot point
    soon. Any other Aura owners out there? Are you happy with your car?
    rfdjr1, Jun 8, 2007
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    marx404 Guest

    Congratulations! Did you know that you can add in your own satellite radio
    using the aux plug and a small XM (or Sirius) mobile unit from WallyMart (or
    anywhere else).
    marx404, Jun 8, 2007
  3. rfdjr1

    rfdjr1 Guest

    OI actually have an XM system that I had in my L300. I just didn't want to put
    the extra antenna and all the through wiring in the new car, and also stick the
    mount to the dash. The dealer told me when I picked up the car yesterday that
    Saturn or XM, or together, are coming out with a module that can be installed to
    the back of the radion whcih will make it XM capable. I'll probably just hold
    out for that.
    rfdjr1, Jun 8, 2007
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    BläBlä Guest


    Plus this:
    4 gig thumb drive (aprox $30 bucks now)

    Internet fees (if you're here, you should have that covered)

    A 700+ capacity of good quality mp3's of what "you" want to listen to.

    Sure beats paying a company $100+ bucks a year that will put sicko's on
    air laughing about raping people...
    BläBlä, Jun 8, 2007
  5. Yeah, my base model is far better than my L200. I drive the highway 80% of
    the time and get around 27-29 mpg. I really try to just sip the gas. One
    of my plastic wheel cover's chirps. Dealer has got the new one. I have 15k
    miles on it now. Recently I got two messages about my gas cap. It seems as
    tight as it can be. I'll be looking at this I bet. Sometimes when it's
    cold in the morning, below 40 degrees F, the car can hesitate a few seconds
    upon pressing the accelarator. That's when I jockey a car out the drive on
    hill. I thought the roof was too low at first. I find it OK now. I'm
    New & Improved - N/F John, Jun 8, 2007
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