SAABs from the community: Saab 9-3 V6 XWD Hart by Rolf

If you come from the Hirsch stronghold Mörschwil, then it is almost mandatory to drive a deer Saab. Especially with the V6 and all-wheel drive, the 9-3 becomes a sports car. Rolf, sees it as well and he drives a very elegant Saab 9-3 with Hirsch performance cure and Hirsch Performace attachments.

Saab 9-3 XWD V6 Deer by Rolf
Saab 9-3 XWD V6 Deer by Rolf

The 9-3 sports car is now his fifth Saab. After a 9000 and two Saab 9-5 I, even his second 9-3 V6. Once Saab, always Saab. I can understand that and many from the Saab community as well. With the Hirsch performance upgrade, the V6 also drops the limit to 250 Km / h and the 9-3 reaches a top speed of 260 Km / h.

Saab 9-3 V6 XWD interior with deer sports pedals
Saab 9-3 V6 XWD interior with deer sports pedals

It goes without saying that you can annoy the drivers of the so-called premium brands on the free German autobahn. That's how they are, our Swiss. 😉 In a suit, the Saab is better than comparable products anyway and the Swedish mid-range station wagon drives up and away at the approved top speed. Yes, the toys from Trollhättan, we have a lot of turbo-charged fun with them.

Saab 9-3 sports suit XWD V6 deer
Saab 9-3 sports suit XWD V6 deer

Hirsch rim Saab 9-3 sports suit
Hirsch rim Saab 9-3 sports suit

Carbon sill by Hirsch Performance
Carbon sill by Hirsch Performance

Dear Rolf, thank you for the pictures. Continue to have fun with your wonderful Saab and always enough boost!

Text: tom@saabblog.net

11 thoughts on "SAABs from the community: Saab 9-3 V6 XWD Hart by Rolf"

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    So I think the 9-3 SC is really well done, but I am rather critical of the design of the 9-5 I SC, the only positive thing I see here is its “independence”, the 9-5 II SC is much more pleasing. Sorry for all 9-5 drivers, but that's my opinion. Now you can also “pull” my 9-3 II Cab. 😉

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    One of the most beautiful sportscombs on the market. I like it even better than the legendary 9-5 Aero series, which was marketed by SAAB for a very long time and successfully. But unfortunately history. Let's hope for the final countown of the takeover of the car manufacturer from southern Sweden.

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    Looks really good! The 250kmh limitation is new to me.

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      The 250 / 260 km / h are in need of explanation. The VMax setting in the control unit ensures that, depending on the type of tire (extent varies from manufacturer to manufacturer despite the same tire size) and wear, the maximum speed is reached. Will be the same value before and after Hirsch Kur.
      But it depends on how you get there

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        Thanks for the explanation. I fully agree with the last sentence 🙂 I have the same V6 after the Hirsch cure, but actually didn't drive it more than 240, which is absolutely sufficient. It is imho important that there is still power reserve even at higher speeds (170-200).

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    As great as the 9-3ers are, I can not part with my 2001er 9-5. (

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      @@ Andreas
      I agree!!! High the old 9-5'ern !!!
      I also have a SC from the year 2002 and still love him (almost) idolatrous !!!
      Here is a picture of the “old cucumber” ...
      http://www.bilder-upload.eu/show.php?file=0ab424-1330095778.jpg

      But I have to admit that the 9-3 shown at the very top is very, very chic and can also "internally" convince! Hmmm, I might already swap! 😉

      I can not really get used to the rear end of the 9-3 SC.
      From the front and the side, I think the station wagon is super chic - but from the back I inevitably always think of some Ford (sorry to all 9-3 drivers)! 🙁

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    Hello Rolf.

    Congratulations to such a super car. He really gives her something. He himself has an 9-5 II Tid with Hirsch engine tuning, but he can not compete with you. Please take good care of it. So a great car will guarantee some admired gaze on yourself.

    I wish you always good and safe ride with your dream piece.

    LG - KLaus

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