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For decades, Saab has been one of the Swedish car industry’s symbols and, alongside Volvo, made Scandinavian cars famous all over the world for their build quality and increased safety. And even though Volvo also produced great automobiles, Saab always had that extra something, an exclusive character and an aviation industry legacy that made it […]
Saab fans will be delighted to know that the brand is back from the brink of death, as National Electric Vehicle Sweden, the new outfit behind the old car maker is ready to restart production in Trollhättan. They have a new 2014 Saab 9-3 Aero ready to launch, powered by a 2.0 liter turbo engine.
The last 26 hand-finished, right-hand drive Saab 9-3 Convertibles are no on sale in the UK, giving the fans of the Swedish brand to keep a memorabilia of their good old days. The models secured for UK sales are the MY2012 high-spec version of the 9-3, featuring refreshed exterior and interior styling, They are sort […]
Normally you wouldn’t care about a Swedish touring car built by some Swedish dudes to race in a Swedish racing series. But this is a bit different, you know. It’s a Saab 9-3 race car, built after the company’s demise. This is more than a racing car. This is a car by through which “SAAB” […]
The spirit of Sierra-Alpha-Alpha-Bravo will live on in the world of motorsport, even though the company itself is pretty much consigned to the history books. Four Swedish blokes, Jan “Flash” Nilsson, Mattias Andersson, Linus Ohlsson and a yet to be revealed driver, will be driving four specially-prepared Saab 9-3 sedans in this year’s Swedish Racing […]
They tried everything, but nothing really worked. And today Saab and all its subsidiaries filed for bankruptcy. But they can hold their head up high.
God knows how they did it with literally no money at all, but Saab is readying a new 9-3. And it looks good.
Saab signs a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Pang Da and Youngman as they agree to buy 100 percent shares of the Swedish company.
In the midst of all the misfortunes, finally some good news for Saab. Their 9-5 Sedan 2.8V6 Turbo has been named Car of the Year in Singapore.
Even though Saab has secured some Chinese fund to stay in business, it is still struggling, badly. But if it’s any consolation to them, IIHS just awarded Saab 9-4X as a top safety pick!
After the deal with Hawtai collapsed last week, Saab and Spyker announced they will be looking for a new partner in China, and they seem to have found one. They’ve just signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Pang Da Automobile.
Every time Saab is about get up, things go wrong somehow. A couple of days ago we told you about their deal with the Chinese Hawtai Motors which could save the company. But guess what.
It’s a shame really. Every time Saab thinks they’re back on their feet, they fall to pits an have to start all over again. Now that Spyker failed to help the Swedish brand, they’re going to China in search of a better future.
Hot on the heels of launching the all-new 9-5, Saab is introducing a new campaign that allows owners of the older 9-5 model to tart their cars up with factory-provided engine tuning kits, body kits, alloy wheels, cargo items and more at great prices.
It might not look like it, because all Saabs always look the same, but this new 9-3 has been thoroughly upgraded for 2012 and features revised styling, more equipments great engines and – starting at £21,495 – good value.