Saab has sold 221 cars in Sweden in June 2011.
June: 182 (708 in 2010)
YTD: 2474 (2259 in 2010)
June: 39 (130 in 2010)
YTD: 663 (928 in 2010)
June: 221 (838 in 2010)
YTD: 3137 (3187 in 2010)
The figures are bad, but I didn’t expect much more.
This are the gooletranslated words of Magnus Hansson, Sales manager for the nordic region.
– As long as we do not build any cars, we can not deliver any, as reflected in the figures, it is that simple. It is a tough and regrettable situation for both our dealers and customers who are waiting for their cars, says Magnus Hansson, head of Saab Sweden.
– When production starts again, our first priority as soon as possible to get all pre-ordered cars to waiting customers. Then we will together with the retailers to start promoting and highlighting the strongest model program in Saab’s history. It includes environmentally rated 9-3 Griffin TTiD that both the Sport Sedan and SportCombi, 9-5 Sedan and the new 9-5 SportCombi, and later this fall, new 9-4X. With this breadth, we are confident that we have cars that will attract both old and new customers to the Saab dealer, concludes Magnus Hansson.