Saab sold 2011 cars to 471 in Sweden in January. This is a strong sales increase compared to the same month last year.
The Saab 9-3 diesels sold best under 120 g / CO2 per kilometer, which is considered to be particularly environmentally friendly in Sweden.
The Swedish car market grew by a hefty 24% in January, a development that accompanies the ongoing economic recovery. Saab had a market share of 2.5% in January.
Especially the older 9-3 series sells well and especially the new Clean Diesel models. Saab, which was sold by 471, included 323 parts for the 9-3 series. Of these, 204 were 9-3 pieces with Clean Diesel. Diesel models are now dominating the Swedish market, in January 6 10 cars were powered by a diesel engine.