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The Saab 9000
The Saab 9000 was styled by Italian 'Giorgetto Giugiaro' It was introduced in 1985 and was Saab's first step towards the large car market.
Designed as a joint venture with Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Lancia the Saab 9000 was to be a long running model, with the last 9000 being built in May 1998 and ultimately being replaced by the Saab 9-5.
The Saab 9000 did go through some changes in it's lifetime with the biggest being a major cosmetic overhaul in 1992. The Saab 9000 was available as both a hatchback and saloon.
- 1997 Saab 9000 and Saab GM900: Taken from the official Saab brochure for 1997 - 2 pages
- 1995 Saab 9000 and Saab GM900: Taken from the official Saab brochure for 1995 - 6 pages
- 1987 Saab 9000 - Form and Function: Taken from the Saab 'Form and Function' book for the saab 9000 1987 - 11 page
- 1993 9000 CS Aero brochure
- Selection of 9000 Carlsson brochures
- Saab 9000 - Swedish Drill (motor magazine 1988)
- Owner Review 9000 Carlsson - Thanks to 'CD Carlsson, aka - Nick Whiting
- Epinions: 9000 review 1998
- UK Car: 9000 CSE road test
- Saab Suite: Film clip (Warning 32.5Mb)
- Quasimotors: Buyers guide for the 9000
- Quasimotors: Model history
- Quasimotors: Manual transmission change history
- Assorted 9000 articles: Bill J's excellent maintenance and tuning mods & specs site
- 9000 Aero specifications & press releases
Lastly, we are always looking to expand this section as much as possible, if you know of any links or indeed you would like to contribute an article for the benefit of other Saab owners please get in touch with us!
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