The 29. April will be at least a historic note in the Saab saga. Because starting tomorrow, Saab new cars will go into the hands of customers for the first time in a long time. Only in Sweden, shortly afterwards in the Netherlands.
NEVS today opened the delivery center in Stallbacka. Customers receive their Saab new car there; You can combine your visit to Trollhättan with a visit to the Saab Museum and a factory tour. Both are included in the new car package, as well as the welcome by a member of the NEVS management.
“A close and personal customer relationship is important to us. We want to start a long-term relationship with the customer when he receives the keys to his new car ”. Jonas Hernqvist, NEVS Sales and Marketing Director said in today's press release.
A nice gesture that speaks for a customer-oriented thinking. How long the idea of personal greeting and handing over of the vehicle by high-ranking members of the management will hold out, is the question (hopefully) of increasing numbers.
Saab new car for the Netherlands
From May, there will also be Saab Neuwagen in the Netherlands. Customers can purchase Saab 9-3 Aero sedans imported from Saab affiliates in Arnhem, Apeldoorn and Utrecht from Sweden. Eindhoven will be there as the fourth location. The import is done by the dealer. The Netherlands have always been Saab strongholds, and I'm happy for the fans, whose long wait is finally coming to an end.
And Germany? Our favorite brand returns with new cars in Sweden and the Netherlands. I would like to report for Germany, but it can not (yet).
At least here, too, the media Saab presence is increasing. The Auto-Motor-Sport registers the early start of production of the 9-3 station wagon, the Autoblog also. No really surprising news, we fans know the plans since December.
After all, the autoblog writes "One of the most beautiful cars of its time, the Saab 9-3 SportCombi, is making its comeback. ” That pleases, is the treat on Monday and makes the evening and the way home in a 9-3 sports suit even more beautiful. Thank you, Autoblog!
Text & image: email@example.com