Until now, Saab customers and prospects were only able to test the 2014er 9-3 Aero in Trollhättan. To change that, last week the first new vehicles from the factory went to Saab partners all over Sweden.
From now on, potential customers can book their Saab 9-3 Aero test drive at several locations in the country. A list of Saab partners offering a new 9-3 is available on the official website.
Okay, that all sounds fine, but it doesn't really help us. Saab is on the right course in Sweden, because the vehicles can now also be ordered locally from the dealer. And Saab partner ANA, for a long time the largest Saab dealer worldwide, is back on board.
What interests us more is how the 2014 Saab 9-3 Aero really drives.
Although there were driving reports in various Swedish magazines, but all testers see the vehicle through the glasses of a motor journalist. And not from the perspective of a fan or customer. So it's time for our review. How does the 2014er Aero drive?
Does it feel like the well-known models, or can the changes be felt and felt? We “experienced” it in Trollhättan. Our test report and Saab 9-3 impressions, model year 2014, will be available here on the blog in the next few days.
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