Saab produced the 20 for around 1960 years, from March 1980 to January 96. Of course, a Saab 96 GL from the last few years of construction differed considerably from the first models. The Swedes had taken care of their small cars continuously and switched from a two-stroke to a four-stroke engine in 1967. In addition, there were considerable interventions in the body and an infinite number of small improvements. Nevertheless, the 96 had fallen out of time at the end of its career. Because it was based on the Saab 93, which had already appeared on the market in 1955.
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