Saab 9-5 Model Overview
Used Saab 9-5
Saab 9-5 Questions
How To You Asure That Dealer Have The Cars They Advertise,i'm Find A Lot Of...
You have quite a few dealers making up ads for cars they don't have. Some people have driven long distances to see these cars only to be told they have been sold.
How To Fix Cloudy/hazy Black Paint After Using Toothpaste To Buff Out Minor...
Help! It was recommended that I use toothpaste to buff out some minor scratches by hand (which actually didn't work too well). The buffed areas are now hazy/cloudy, and do NOT match the rest of the ...
Car Was Missing Intermittenly...
Changed spark plugs and cleaned throttle, the car ran great for 2 miles on test drive, stopped at light and the car killed, will not stay started, changed oxygen sensor, and maf, now will not crank ov...
Noise Near Booster Brake, Goes Away When I Press On The Brake
Saab 9-5 2004 Aero Wagon
Headlight issues When switched on right side no lights at all Switch is on left only low beams stalk will not keep the highbeams on No orange relay on this car fuses and bulbs are good
Older Saab 9-5
Saab 9-5 Overview
The 9-5 Sport Sedan is hailed as Saab's flagship vehicle. This premium, mid-sized sedan replaced the 9000 in 1998 to much fanfare and began the 9- naming scheme that continues into the future.
Luxury features, a sophisticated look, and great crash-test results lend the 9-5 its popularity. Its main competition is the fellow Swede Volvo S60, plus the Audi A6, and the BMW 5. Although people tend to think of Volvo when automotive safety is brought up as a subject, Saab is the company that introduced active head-restraint technology.
Slightly larger than the 9-3 with a more powerful engine, it's the preferred choice of many an executive, or just those who like to treat themselves well. It is not available in a convertible, as the 9-3 is, but both the 9-3 and 9-5 have SportCombi (station wagon) versions. Each one has a turbocharged engine, of course.
9-5s have been used as official police vehicles in several locations, including the ski towns of Aspen and Vail in Colorado as well as some Swedish communities.