Saab 9-3 Model Overview
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Saab 9-3 Questions
I Want To Replace Our Drivers Side Seat. I Found One With A Guarantee. How ...
I want to replace my old drivers side seat with one in better condition. How do I do this? Are there safety risks if I do it my self?
If I Buy A Used Ecu / Ecm Does It Always Need To Be Reprogrammed?
If I buy the same part # is there any chance I can just swap it out with the old one and it will work fine? I don't want to spend the $140 to have the computer reprogrammed if I don't have to.
Radio Not Working
ok so i have a 2003 saab 9-3 linear 2.0t the radio didnt work when i got the car no sound at all was told it was amp1 i replaced it still doesnt work i press all the buttons but nothing all i get i...
Ok, My Saab 93 05 Seems To Lose Coolent Whenever Im Stalled For 10 Min Or M...
My Saab 2003 Convertible Has Been Sitting Unused Now Hood Wont Go Down
Hi there, i bought a 1998 saab 93 convertible with a roof problem,,when I bought the car it had been layed up for about 5 months over the Christmas period so it had got very damp and wet inside.i had ...
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About the Saab 9-3
The Saab 9-3 is the direct descendant of the legendary Saab 900. Their changing of the guard occurred in 1998, as the 9-3 debuted as a 1999.
The major differences in the 9-3 were behind the scenes, rather than on the surface; much in the way of technical improvement marked this new model. But the big departure cane in 2003, when the 9-3 became a four-door sedan, a notable change from the typical Saab hatchback. It has also been available as a convertible since 2004.
The Swedish carmaker's 5-passenger sport sedan has as its main competitors these other European-branded cars: the Audi A-4, the BMW 3 Series, and the Volvo S Series. Each is considered a sporty luxury sedan, with slightly varying emphasis on handling, safety, performance, and plushness.
Every Saab 9-3 features a turbocharged engine, whether it's 4- or 6-cylinder. The original theme of the manufacturer lives on, with the driver's "cockpit" reminiscent of that of a jet aircraft. As always in Saab tradition, the ignition is located not to the right of the steering wheel, but down at the base of the center console.