Saab 9-3 SportCombi Model Overview
Used Saab 9-3 SportCombi
Saab 9-3 SportCombi Questions
My 2002 Saab 9-3 has had all new hoses, motor mount, and now the engine light wont go off. Had the battery, alternator and all that checked. Any suggestions? One more thing do these cars have strut...
Starting Up At Times
new battary and altenator put in key at times want start only dashboard lights no ticking. wait 10 minutes sometimes start and sometimes not. 2003 Sabb se 9-3 convertible. automatic.
I Have A 2001 Saab 9-3 Convertible. The Latches Won't Open To Allow The Rea...
How Do I Know If I Need New Shocks And Struts
How Is This Model Compared To Other Saabs?
Hi! I am very interested in buying a 2006 Saab 9.3 SportCombi (2.0T, 5spd auto). I am in love with the style of this car - so unique! I just love it. But I have heard from a few trusted friends who sa...
About the Saab 9-3 SportCombi
Saab's 9-3 Sport-Combi has a short history. It is only in its third year, having debuted as a 2006 model.
The Euro-luxury wagon fills the slot for a roomier yet not overwhelming well-handling car with increased utility. It also indulges Saab-lovers' wish to raise a hatch, as was once the norm for each and every Saab product before the sedan styling was introduced. More importantly, it provides a wonderful option for those who want more function without additional height.
Like the other models that bear the 9-3 name, the junior Sport-Combi comes in two trims denoted by engine: the 2.0T with its four-cylinder powerplant and the Aero, which features a turbocharged V6. It also naturally features the jet-inspired cockpit and other elements that lend to Saab's aeronautic beginnings, the most evident of which is its overall aerodynamic design.
Saab did no skimping on safety equipment or comfort amenities. The list of standard equipment includes all types of airbags, the latest technology in vehicle control, leather seating, and automatic dual climate control.