We Are Saab New England – Saturday 1/21/12 – Watertown MA

Saab Event Tomorrow!

State Nine



Snow is on everyone’s mind here in the Northest. Lucky for us, we all drive Saabs! We only got a light dusting in Boston and are not expecting any additional accumulation between now and Saturday at 9am – the start of the Boston Area Saab Gathering!



We are tremendoulsy excited to see everyone at tomorrow’s event and have some very exciting news: Since Fredrik Aberg is here from MapTun Performance in Sweden, we are offering a Try and Buy Deal on the on-site MapTun Stage 1 Upgrades. Come in and give your VIN#, we will tune your Saab and then allow you to take it for a spin – hold on to your hat! If you are not 100% percent satisfied with the upgrade, we will restore your Saab to its original state. But, we are very confident you won’t want to go back after you experience your MapTuned Saab!



Here are some highlights of this Saturday’s event: 


Tomorrow is a great opportunity to show love and support for Saab, so please join us! If you haven’t registered yet, Click Here to let us know you are coming.



Directions & Time:

Charles River Saab

570 Arsenal Road Watertown MA 02472 

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Saturday January 21st, 2012

9:00 AM to 12:00 PM



I can’t wait to see all of you and your incredible cars.  Enjoy the drive and Go Saab!  



Dan DeVlieger
State of Nine Ltd.

P.S. Be sure to check out our New Category of Popular Aftermarket Saab Parts!    














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*Free shipping promotions apply only to deliveries within the continental United States. State of Nine, Ltd is not associated in any way with Saab Cars NA, Hirsch Performance, or Spyker Cars. Prices and promotions are subject to change.  Check www.stateofnine.com for the most up-to-date prices. 

2 thoughts on “We Are Saab New England – Saturday 1/21/12 – Watertown MA”

  1. That sounds like so much fun!

    And that’s a great deal on MapTun folks, anyone who is thinking about should definitely spring for it: you’ll swear that a Saab engineer sneaked into your garage and swapped out the engine for a more powerful one!

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