Finally a small station wagon! The Saab-typical hatchback had had its day in the new 9-3 generation due to the infinite wisdom of the parent company GM, and the sedan was no substitute. In 2005 the time had finally come. Saab presented the small station wagon series so much awaited by dealers and customers.
With the typical hockey stick on the C-pillar, the new one was immediately recognizable as a Saab. Frosted rear lights made the appearance special and anticipated the development of future design elements.
Headlamps in the “Ice-blue” design were the logical consequence that flowed into the 9-3 series with the Griffin models six years later. On a compact platform, Saab designed a convincing package of space utilization and high passenger safety. The Saab 9-3 sports suit surprises with many well thought-out details. A tailgate made of aluminum saves weight, the gas pressure springs integrated into the roof, which are not always common in this class, provide storage space and protect the luggage.
After the big facelift in 2008, the small 9-3 sports suit became even better, more attractive and saab. Used it is a good buy and a car with real long-term qualities.