Saturn Vue Wiper Blade Sizes (2002-2010)

When rain starts to fall, your first instinct is to reach for the switch that activates your Saturn Vue’s wiper blades. With good wiper blades installed, you’ll be able to remove moisture and dirt from your windshield to maintain a clear view at all times.

Old wiper blades can leave behind streaks when they move back and forth, leading to a reduction in your field of view that could result in an accident. If they’re bad enough, metal on the wiper arms may even scratch your glass!

If it’s been more than six months since you last replaced your wiper blades, it’s a good idea to look over the chart on this page to find new blades for your Vue.

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Saturn Vue Wiper Blade Size Chart

2010SUV24"16"12"Bosch ICON
2009SUV24"16"12"Bosch ICON
2008SUV24"16"12"Bosch ICON
2007SUV24"19"10"Bosch ICON
2006SUV24"19"10"Bosch ICON
2005SUV24"19"10"Bosch ICON
2004SUV24"19"10"Bosch ICON
2003SUV24"19"10"Bosch ICON
2002SUV24"19"10"Bosch ICON

About the Saturn Vue

During its production run between 2001 and 2009, the Saturn Vue went through two design generations. While it was the best-selling Saturn model, it still met its demise when the entire Saturn brand was discontinued in 2009. A last gasp of production in 2009 means that there are also a few 2010 Saturn Vue compact SUVs available.

The second generation of the Saturn Vue offers two different engine options. These engines produce 170 and 257 horsepower, giving the Saturn Vue a fairly sporty feel, especially for an SUV. You can also find the second-generation Vue with a lesser-known hybrid powertrain, meaning it was a somewhat early adopter of hybrid technology amongst SUVs.

In the second row of the Saturn Vue, passengers have up to 36.9 inches of legroom, while front-seat passengers can stretch out in 40.7 inches of comfort. Reviews of the Saturn Vue when it was first released noted that the interior of the vehicle had good ergonomics, another feature that was often lacking in SUVs at the time. Additionally, although the Saturn Vue is considered a compact SUV, it still offers 56.4 cubic feet of cargo volume.

Popular competitors that were sold new alongside the Saturn Vue include the Chevrolet HHR, Pontiac G6, and Chevy Captiva. Modern competitors include the Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, and Hyundai Tucson. Thanks to the Vue’s long list of standard equipment, it’s possible to get a well-equipped Saturn Vue at a fraction of the cost of other new and pre-owned vehicles.

If you’re looking for a solid pre-owned SUV with a great reputation, make sure to put the Saturn Vue on your list.