Saab 9-7X Model Overview
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Saab 9-7X Questions
What Type Of Repairs Are Involved When A "service Stabiltrak" Indicator Is ...
the vehicle (2007 9-7) while driving emits a noise that sounds like the suspension is loose in particular on a bumpy road, also when approaching our inclined driveway from a complete stop the unit mak...
When I Turn Off My 2007 Saab 97x The Battery Indicator Light Comes On The E...
The battery indicator light only comes on after the engine is shut off. It is very hard to get the key out. The light remains on after the key is out. If I leave the key in and drive forward or reve...
Why Doesn't My Headlights Turn Off Automatically?
when i get out of truck and shut it off the headlights should shut off automatically but they are not. what is the problem?
Where's The Egr Valve Located On A 2006 Saab 97x
Rear Differential Is Not Working And Car Almost Locks Up When Turning 90 De...
Works OK going straight but tire shop guy said it was rear differential. Car has 3 differentials since it is all wheel drive. Anyone had this problem and if so, how was it fixed?
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About the Saab 9-7X
This mid-sized SUV was introduced in 2005 as Saab jumped in to grab some of the guzzler-buying crowd. It was a little late in the trend, especially since the 9-7X's foremost rival, the fellow Swede known as the Volvo XC90, had been in the picture since 2003 and has sold very well in its time.
Saab called on its GM parent in this SUV endeavor, and sure enough, the truck-based 9-7X is undeniably related to the Chevy TrailBlazer and GMC Envoy. It's even made in Ohio.
Saab has made its SUV more European than those all-American cousins by adding a firmer suspension, lower ride stance, stronger frame, and hardier brakes. Plus, the steering gets European-style tuning, the front stabilizer bar is bigger, and there's a self-leveling rear air suspension. And the location of the ignition switch in the center console screams Saab like nothing else--you're not going to confuse this product with anything GM-branded.