I’ve just had some (update) information about the Saab 9-4x DjupStrupped through to me and figured people might want to know what’s going on with Saab’s first ground-up crossover when it comes to market.
The following table summaries some of the key equipment and the manner in which it will be available amongst the three model lines of Saab 9-4x that will be offered in the United States.
This is not an exhaustive options listing, obviously, but has been put here just to provide a basic overview of some of the packaging that will be available for the 9-4x.
Equipment included in the various packages has been listed below the table.
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Power Pack: Auto dimming Inside and Outside Mirrors, Memory Mirror Settings, Power Adjustable Pedals, Power Liftgate, Riewview Camera Displayed in Inside Rear View Mirror, Heated front Seats.
Tech Pack: Front and Rear Park Assist, Bi-Xenon Cornering Headlights.
RR Pack: Rear Seat Dual Display DVD Screens, Remote Control, Auxiliary Jacks, 2 Wireless Dual Channel Headsets, Heated rear Seats, Tri-zone Auto Climate Control System.
Tow Pack: Trailer Hitch
Interior Colors: Jet Black, Gray, or Parchment
Exterior colors: Diamond Silver*, Black, Atlantic Blue*, Zodiac Black*, Crystal Red*, Ice Pearl*, Birch White, Cobalt Gray*, Moreland*
* = metallic (extra $)
For those coming across the Saab 9-4x for the first time….
- The Saab 9-4x is the base model, with a 3.0L non-turbo V6 engine.
- The Saab 9-4x Premium has the same engine but an expanded equipment list.
- The Saab 9-4x Aero is the top-line model, with a 2.8T V6
- The base model and the 9-4x Premium will both have FWD and XWD sub-variants, making for five models in total. It’s unknown if equipment will differ between a FWD and XWD version of the same model, aside from the drivertrain.
- Further specs, as of November 2010, are available here.