Saab dealer tour 2011: Saab Bredlow in Berlin

Bredlow! Bredlow in Berlin is very special and my expectations were very high. The explanation for the readers who do not know, as probably some “southern Sweden” among us Saab drivers, to which I also belong: Saab Bredlow is Germany's oldest Saab dealer. Since 1966 the cars with the griffin have been sold in Berlin.

Here beats the Berlin Saab heart: Autohaus Bredlow
Here beats the Berlin Saab heart: Autohaus Bredlow

As expected, the reception at Bredlow was very cordial. I have to say, it's that special feeling when you come back home after a long time in the distance. Welcome home at Bredlow in Berlin!

The operation of Bredlow is small, fine, and despite all the tradition, which one cultivates very lovingly, the balancing act succeeds in the modern age. The fans are constantly streaming and the interest in our Swedish beauties, the Saab 9-5 sports car and the Saab 9-4x, is enormous. Whether Bredlow is to Saab? This question is unnecessary. There was a lot of time for me to talk about the tradition and the future of the dealership.

Ralph Bredlow, Jan Philipp Schuhmacher and the Saab 9-5 sportswear
Jan-Philipp Schuhmacher, Ralph Bredlow and the Saab 9-5 sportswear

Actually, the report would have to be longer in order to tell everything that I have gained today in impressions in Tempelhofer way. Bredlow would be worth a big story for me, because here we experience Saab Tradition and Saab Zukunft in one house.

I'm thrilled with Bredlow, I admit that, because Bredlow is love at first sight. I think, and I have already announced that it was my first, but not my last visit there.

Unfortunately, I have too little time, because today we have a marathon with three appointments. I say a big thank you to the family Bredlow and I know: the Saab heart beats in Berlin too!

Text: tom@saabblog.net

2 thoughts on "Saab dealer tour 2011: Saab Bredlow in Berlin"

  • Funny, the dealer I know from my childhood in Berlin, often unfortunately only by driving past, where I have always admired the cars. He is still in the same place, a true classic in Berlin.

  • great report tom, thanks for that.
    Unfortunately, the head is more focused on the events that determine the current situation - what a pity.

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