According to Saab USA, the company's products fit squarely in the "entry-luxury vehicle segment," whatever that is. In any event, with prices starting at $26,915, luxury is a lot more affordable than it used to be.

Saab's model range starts with the 9-3, which gets a competely redesigned interior for 2007, said to be inspired by the classic Saab 900. The 9-3 2.0T Sport Sedan starts at $26,915, with the Aero V6 model available at $33,320. SportCombi variants of both models are priced at $27,915 and $34,120 respectively, and droptops are available at $37,515 and $43,120.

Saab 9-5s are priced at $35,115 for the 2.3T sedan and $36,210 for the Aero sedan. SportCombi versions come in at $36,115 and $37,210, respectively.

The Saab 9-7X SUV now comes standard with OnStar's turn by turn navigation, and is priced at $39,735 for the 4.2i version, and $41,735 for the 5.3i V8.

The Subaru-based 9-2X is gone, a casualty of GM's liquidation of its stake in Fuji Heavy Industries.

[Source: GM]


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