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After starting out life building airplanes for the Swedish Air Force in World War II, Saab began to turn to automobiles in 1944. According to Saab, company’s very first car was designed and hand built by 16 aircraft engineers – only one of which had a driver’s license. By 1949 the aerodynamic Saab 92 began production and in 1967 the Saab 67 was introduced, the automaker’s first of many turbocharged models.

Saab Sedan Reviews

2009 Saab 9-3 XWD Review

2009 Saab 9-3 XWD Review

With numerous refinements and an excellent all-wheel drive system, surprisingly, the 9-3 XWD offers plenty to keep up with German rivals. Unfortunately it also has a very European price.

Saab SUV Reviews

2011 Saab 9-4X Review

2011 Saab 9-4X Review

Saab has two real problems. The first is selling cars, something the new 9-4X should help solve. The other is securing the capital restart production until vehicles like this help make Saab sustainable.

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2014 Saab 9-3 Production Officially Begins

2014 Saab 9-3 Production Officially Begins
Production of the 2014 Saab 9-3 has officially commenced at the Swedish automaker’s plant in Trollhattan. Saab announced that the 2014 model year 9-3 Aero will be powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with 220 hp with initial markets targeting China and Sweden. It is currently unclear whether or not Saab will make a... more

Saab 9-3 to Start Trickling from Trollhattan on Monday

Saab 9-3 to Start Trickling from Trollhattan on Monday
Saab will resume production of the 9-3 on Monday at its Trollhattan, Sweden facility. The company’s long road to temporary ruin came to a head almost exactly two years ago when it was forced to file for bankruptcy. At the time, it was owned by Dutch company Spyker N.V. but has since been scooped up... more

Top 10 Recently Extinct Car Brands Millennials Probably Wont Remember

Top 10 Recently Extinct Car Brands Millennials Probably Wont Remember
Everybody loves talking about millennials but nobody does anything about them. Roughly speaking this demographic encompasses young – and not-so-young – folks born in the early 1980s to about 2000. With birth years spanning two decades this is a huge group of very diverse people. As an increasingly popular storyline goes, we love our smartphones... more

Saab Resumes Production at Trollhattan Plant

Saab Resumes Production at Trollhattan Plant
Saab‘s production has resumed at the Swedish automaker’s Trollhattan plant as a prototype 9-3 sedan has rolled off the assembly line. After filing bankruptcy, Saab found a new owner in National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) and the brand is now officially back in business. As for the prototype 9-3 that was built, while Saab hasn’t... more

Saab Poised to Resume Production, US Sales Possible

Saab Poised to Resume Production, US Sales Possible
In a little less than two years since it filed for bankruptcy, Swedish automaker Saab is back on track, hoping to restart production later this year. According to Mikael Oestlund, a spokesman for Saab’s new owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), the Saab Trollhattan plant is “practically ready” to begin production on the 9-3 model.... more

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. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware signed off on Saab Cars North America Inc.’s plan to pay back its creditors... more