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Saab 9-2X: The Saab 9-2X was introduced to the Saab range in North America in July 2004 and was based on the Subaru WRX. The Saab 9-2X was available in a number of guises ranging from a normally aspirated 2.5i to a 2.0 Turbo shared with the Subaru WRX. The 9-2X was phased out by saab in 2006.
Saab 9-3 Sports Saloon/Sedan, Convertible & Combi: Also known as the 9-3SS, was introduced in 2003 to replace the 'Classic' 9-3 model, the 'Sports convertible was released in 2004, with the 'Combi' version following in 2005. 2005 also saw the introduction of the V6 Turbocharged engine in the Aero. In 2009 Saab also released an AWD version as well as an exciting limited edition 'TurboX' model. These models are a great improvement in all respects over their predecessors. Visit our lively 9-3SS & Convertible Forums......
Saab 9-3: Followed hot on the heels of the GM900 (available 1994 - 1998) and was first introduced in 1998, whilst the 9-3 shares the same overall looks as the GM900, over 1100 improvements had been made. September 2002 saw the introduction of an all-new 9-3 model.
Saab 9-5: Introduced in 1997, as both an estate and a saloon, this was one of the most powerful cars Saab had produced to date, with the 9-5 Aero producing up to 260bhp and a massive torque of 370Nm. In 2001 the 9-5 tdi was voted second-hand 'car of the year' by 'What Car' magazine. In 2002 Saab carried out a minor 'facelift on the 9-5 range, with a further 'facelift' being made in 2006 the Mk. 1 Saab 9-5 was discontinued in 2010.
The new Saab 9-5 (Mk.2): Saab have introduced an all new Saab 9-5 for 2010. Styled at GM's facility at Russelheim in Germany, the new Saab 9-5 is available in a number of different engine formats including a 2.0L Diesel, 2.0 & 2.8L Turbo Diesel Models. The motoring press has so far provided some very positive reviews for this new 9-5.
Saab 9-7X: The Saab 9-7X mid sized Sports Utility vehicle was introduced by Saab in 2005, mainly for the American market. It was available in 3 models, the Linear 4.2i, Arc 5.3i and later the Aero 6.0L before being phased out in 2009. Discuss the 9-7X on our 9-7X forums....
Classic Saab 900: Introduced in 1979, this car has now gained somewhat of a cult following, reasons for this could include, unique styling, reliability, performance and a long life. On this site you will find fantastic technical help and resources for this and other models, be sure to check out the forums as well.....
Saab 9000: Introduced in 1985, this was Saab's first attempt to break into the large car market. The 9000 went through several changes during it's lifetime including a major cosmetic re-vamp in 1992. Available as both a hatchback and Saloon. Check out some of our features on the 9000.
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