Saab 9-3 Aero Turbo4

There is a small, subtle difference when buying a new car. You buy an existing vehicle from the dealer, or you configure and order according to your own taste. The Saab 9-3 Aero Turbo4 shown here is such an individual order vehicle.

Saab 9-3 Aero Turbo4 © Saab Center Bamberg
Saab 9-3 Aero Turbo4 © Saab Center Bamberg

It comes from prominent Saab Preowned, was assembled and purchased by a Saab Germany employee according to their own wishes. The owner is still working for Saab, but his employer today bears the name Orio Deutschland GmbH. His 9-3 is one of the few 2011er models that came to Germany. I know the owner, the history of the vehicle, and over the years have learned over and over how much care and Saab heart in the vehicle.

With the sporty deer look, the Saab 9-3 Aero Turbo4 is something of a one-off, the diffuser and the sports exhaust system come into their own with the color “Artic White”. And anyway, the color is trendy, the Saab just looks fresh and modern. If desired, the 9-3 Aero can be upgraded to 240 PS, even more turbo driving fun is easily possible.

With its low mileage, the Schwedenkombi is a rare offer for fans who are looking for. The owner and his family would be happy if the 9-3 Aero found a new home in the community. He is in the Saab center Bamberg for sale, and Ralf Muckelbauer happy to answer any questions. Guarantee and financing are no problem.

The question remains why such a beautiful and harmonious vehicle is sold. Because the Saab 9-3 has proven to be a reliable long-term car. It has nothing to do with the fact that the Saab enthusiasm would have cooled. It is rather a change of scenery after four years of sportswear. Or rather, the move to a slightly larger, four-wheel drive vehicle. Of course, from Saab. Or has someone doubted that?


Pictures: saab center bamberg

One thought on "Saab 9-3 Aero Turbo4"

  • Hope that if my 9-5 NG comes at the end, it now has 150.000 KM, there are also some nice offers so we can continue with a fresh Saab.
    Or will there still be new cars produced in Trollhattan in a few years?
    I hope so with all my heart.

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