2012Saab9-3

Saab 9-3

2008 Saab Turbo X – Click above for high-res image gallery Turbocharging has been as much a part of Saab's DNA for the last three decades as jets. Saab didn't invent turbocharging, but the Swedish brand has probably embraced it more completely than other carmaker. With 2008 marking the...

- Reviewed by Sam Abuelsamid

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2012 Saab 9-3
MSRP: $28,900 - $46,080
2011 Saab 9-3
MSRP: $28,900 - $45,080
2011 Saab 9-3
MSRP: $28,900 - $45,080
2010 Saab 9-3
MSRP: $28,900 - $45,080
2009 Saab 9-3
MSRP: $30,360 - $51,330
Saab tries [again] to emerge from bankruptcy

Saab, which is apparently still a thing, has come up with a new proposal that squares things with creditors, moves it out of bankruptcy and courts new OEMs.
First test drive shows promise of Saab 9-3 EV

We can't read Swedish, so when it comes to a first-drive review of a Saab 9-3 electric-vehicle prototype, we'll trust Inside EVs' translation of a write-up from Swedish automotive publication Elbilen i Sverige. And it's a decent one. The write-up, that is. The translation, too, we hope.
NEVS Saab EV prototype on display, with top speed of just 75 mph

120-Mile Range Is Promising

National Electric Vehicle Sweden, the Saab-owning Swedish holding company that is in turn owned by Chinese investors, has some problems (i.e., no cash). But that isn't stopping NEVS from showing off a prototype Saab 9-3 Electric Vehicle this week.
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2007 Saab 9-3
$8,787 / 67,719 miles / WA
2010 Saab 9-3
$16,525 / 41,651 miles / WA
2010 Saab 9-3
$16,998 / 40,862 miles / WA
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