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Saab 9-3 Model Overview

Saab 9-3 Questions

RoyalCRanch
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Why Can't I Find New Saabs??????

I have been looking online for a long time searching for Saab dealers. I want to buy a new Saab convertible.

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mysaab
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2000 Saab 9-3 2.0 4 Dr Hatchback. Front Brakes Lock Up

front brake lock up. have new brake pads, rotors, calipers & brakes hoses. Checked brake booster & thats good. No leaks. What else could it be??

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Mhughessmith
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Where Is The Turn Signal Relay Located On A Saab 9.3?

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help2014
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How To Fix Hatch Lock

the struts that hold up the hatch dont work so i have been using my basebat to keep it up when i need to use the trunk. yesterday was doing some cleaning and when i went to close the trunk it would no...

16 views with 1 answer (last answer about a week ago)
Mhughessmith
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Turn Signals Don't Work, But 4way Does

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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.