Switzerland is Saab Land. At least from my West German point of view. Because in the Alpine republic around 25.000 Saabs are on the way. In Germany, with ten times the population, only twice as many. The Swiss are so pronounced Saab-affin. Maybe I should apply for a Swiss passport?
Not only is Saab density higher per capita, but loyalty to the Swedish brand is also unbroken. Despite the bad news of the past years from Sweden, the enthusiasm for Saab continues unabated and the number of Saabs registered in Switzerland has remained almost constant in the last 3 years.
Which of course is due to the competent workshops and good service in the country. The 45 Saab partners in Switzerland and Liechtenstein are supported by the national branch of Saab Automobile Parts AB in Glattbrugg near Zurich. Responsible for the Swiss market is Country Director Daniel Blaesi, who has been with the Trollhättan brand since 1999.
Saab has a long tradition in Switzerland. The oldest Saab dealer in the country is the Garage Wittwer AG am Thuner See, which has been there for the Swedish brand for over 50 years. One of the first Saab in Switzerland was registered there, the document about it still exists today. And then there is also Hirsch Performance. Another Swiss specialty that has been making driving fun around the world for years. No question about it, the Swiss have Saab in their blood!
The team of saabblog.net is pleased to welcome the Swiss branch of Saab Parts AB as a supporter!
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