Saab 9000 Turbo 1985

If there are special cars for sale, we like to write about them on the blog. A Saab 9000 Turbo from 1985 is such a vehicle, as it catapulted the manufacturer into a new class. The turbo

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Phoenix in the Netherlands: the first SAAB EV

A top speed of 70 km / h and a range of 65 km. The first 100% electric SAABs rolled off the manufacturing belt in 1974 at a cost of SEK 14 million. Only one of the

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Introducing: The SAAB 9-3 Cabriolet MY14

When the first 900 Cabriolet was introduced in 1986, SAAB really turned the market for convertibles upside down. While many other luxury brands tried and produced their own as well with varying progress, SAAB's 900

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We support SAAB (NEVS)

The SAAB community is incredible. All around the world SAAB-related activities continue to take place and their frequency and intensity only seems to increase. When I saw the announcement about a meeting on the factory grounds

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The new SAAB 9-5X

When the second generation of the SAAB 9-5 came to market in 2010, it was first available as a Sedan only. A SportCombi was in the works too and even a CombiCoupe (Hatchback) was under

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A brand new SAAB

With all the recent turmoil in and around Trollhättan, most people wouldn't necessarily have expected the availability of a brand new SAAB, let alone the possibility to purchase one and get it delivered straight from

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SAAB 9-5 NG Aero

A beautiful Saab 9-5 NG Aero is for sale at blog supporter Kunert Automobile in Bonn. The equipment of the last big Saab sedan can be considered (almost) complete, because everything is included

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Saab 9-3x TTID 2010

Our new category “Made in Trollhättan” is specifically about cars. Saabs from previous ownership, which we think are interesting and which we want to present in loose succession. The premiere starts with a Saab

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