Saab


Swedish automaker SAAB has gone through a lot of tough times lately. They’ve finally hit rock-bottom, going bankrupt in 2011. Their vehicles were quirky, yet luxury oriented and safe. Saab these days is looking to sell its assets, with two Chinese companies looking to make the move.


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Falken Azenis FK453 Tire Review

Falken Azenis FK453 Tire Review

Tire technology is advancing quickly. Today there are specialty tires for every application: snow tires, ice tires, dirt tires, three season tires, low-rolling resistance tires; the list goes on and on.

Should I Buy a Used Saab 9-2x?

Should I Buy a Used Saab 9-2x?

The Classic Tale of the Saabaru Vehicle Overview In 2005 Saab wanted a compact vehicle to sell in North America against products like the Audi A3 and Volvo V50. At the time GM owned Saab completely and had an influential ownership share in Subaru. To fill the gap in Saab’s lineup, the company began to…

Saab U.S. Liquidation Plan Approved

Saab U.S. Liquidation Plan Approved

The long story of Saab’s bankruptcy is starting to come to an end as the Swedish automaker has gained court approval for a plan in the U.S. to liquidate in order to pay back creditors.

Saab, General Motors Enter Warranty Services Agreement

Saab, General Motors Enter Warranty Services Agreement

Saab Automobile Parts North America (SPNA) has entered into a Warranty Services Agreement with General Motors so that current Saab owners have access to official parts and accessories along with having their vehicles repaired by Saab factory trained technicians.

Saab 9-3 Convertible EV Under Consideration

Saab 9-3 Convertible EV Under Consideration

Saab‘s new owners, National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), is looking forward to resurrecting the brand, and one model under consideration is a 9-3 convertible electric vehicle.

Saab Sale Complete, Will Spawn New EV in 2014

Saab Sale Complete, Will Spawn New EV in 2014

After the recent sale of Saab to National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), there were still some issues regarding the use of the griffin head logo, but now that has been resolved, and NEVS will move forward with its plan to build electric vehicles on existing Saab platforms. 

Saab Owners Turning to Honda, Volkswagen: Study

Saab Owners Turning to Honda, Volkswagen: Study

Now that Saab is officially bankrupt, owners of aging Saab models are looking for new cars to purchase and enjoy. A recent study conducted by Polk reveals which automakers Saab owners have defected to. 

GM, Isuzu, Saab Recall SUVs for Power Window Fix

GM, Isuzu, Saab Recall SUVs for Power Window Fix

Over 249,000 SUVs are being recalled for a possible fire risk with the window and door lock switches for vehicles sold or registered in 20 states and Washington, D.C. where salt and other chemicals are used to clear roads in the winter.

Spyker Sues GM for $3 Billion Over Saab Buyout

Spyker Sues GM for $3 Billion Over Saab Buyout

Here we go again. Just when we thought the Saab buyout saga would be coming to a quiet conclusion, Dutch automaker Spyker has filed a lawsuit against General Motors on behalf of Saab, accusing GM of intentionally driving Saab into bankruptcy.

Saab Sale Delayed

Saab Sale Delayed

News broke back in early June that Saab would be sold to National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), but it appears that the official and final takeover will be delayed at least a month, if not more.