Saab convertibles come from the north. From Finland, not from Sweden. The 900 was built there, as were the successors up to the 9-3 OG. The move south came with the 9-3 NG. From 2003, the open Finnish Saab became a convertible from Austria.
A decision that is difficult to understand, not only in retrospect. Because while production was being relocated to the Alpine republic, the main plant in Sweden was fighting for capacity and every single job.
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