• Wow. Although I admire NEV’s attempt to resurect SAAB (some say SAAB died after GM bought them) trying to sell a 10+ year old platform at $42k is almost as bad as trying to resurrect Chevy Chase in 2013 for a spot […]

  • Wow. Although I admire NEV’s attempt to resurect SAAB (some say SAAB died after GM bought them) trying to sell a 10+ year old platform at $42k is almost as bad as trying to resurrect Chevy Chase in 2013 for a spot […]

  • Beautiful car. But who is going to buy this thing for $42k? I am perplexed here…

  • Oh and my 9-7x had plenty if rattles and when I brought the issue up to Saab they told me that since there was no service bulletin the couldn’t help me…

  • Oh and the sub 6 second quote I just read is also bologna. More like 8.

  • Friends,

    I agree with John. The 9-7x is complete rubbish. I owned a 2007 with 5.3 V8 for a year because my wife needed a vehicle to haul her photographic gear. The chassis felt typical GM rickety rubbish, […]

  • Angelo,

    The only thing “tight”.as you say about the 9-3 are (hopefully) the lug nuts on the wheels. I hada 2007 9-3 and between the horrific torque steer and parkinsonian like tremors being transmitted from the […]

  • Friends,

    What did you expect to happen? SAAB for the last 20+ years was GM. GM’s mismanagement and dilution of our beloved brand is what killed SAAB. But facts are facts and GM own’s SAAB’s technology, etc […]

  • The 1998-2009 9-5 is a liveable everyday car despite having a rough and somewhat cement-mixer sounding 4 cylinder engine. I can live with having to change the DIC at 30k, the turbo hpv at 58k, and other vacuum […]

  • The 9-3 is a far cry from Tesla and is not even in the same league my friend. Telsa made it becase the product offering is absolutely incredible and cutting edge in every way possible. The new Tesla sedan has a […]

  • Tim,

    I know you have a personal interest in SAAB because of your families’ connection to them as employees of the company which is wonderful. But let’s be honest here.. If you were really honest with yourself […]

  • The outgoing 9-3 was an underdeveloped car of dubious build quality, bone jarring suspension, and questionable reliability. THEY WANT TO RELAUNCH THIS? These are all facts not opinion.

  • And to be honest I dont see this as good news as a SAAB-ophile and lover of cars. If they can sell cars in China than terrific but that does nothing for the legions of SAAB fans that have been patiently waiting […]

  • I wish NEVS all the luck but they have some stiff competition i.e.: (Ford Fusion Plug-In, etc) which it pains me to say it (call a spade a spade) runs circles around the 9-3 in build quality, technology, […]

  • Friends,

    I love the front end end of this rendition but from the sides and rear, well, if a 9-3 and a Chrysler crossfire had a baby this is what it would look like.

  • Angelo,

    I dont think you read my entire thread or perhaps you read every other word of the thread. I very much disagree with you.. If you read my thread from beginning to end I also mention that SAAB was also […]

  • Friends,

    Regarding the comment that Saab did not sell well because of its design, etc had nothing to do with the design of the vehicle. Many people hate the kidney grill and design of the BMW. But BMW sells […]

  • Tim,

    A SAAB- quite simply a car that doesn’t follow the mainstream design cues from mainstream manufacturers which is quite evient in this rendering.

    When you look at my 06 9-5 it is soo original that it […]

  • Moreover this is a Saab enthusiast website. If this was a general car design site I could understand but most of us are loyal to what makes Saab unique: it’s familiar and loyal design architecture , etc. This […]

  • it Friends,

    I love Saab. I have been a faithful owner of many including my current 2006 9-5. My comment was erased because I didn’t feel it resembled a Saab. Not cool. I thought it resembled from some angles a […]

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