This just in for your daily (monthly? yearly?) dose of Saab news: the reborn EV Saab 9-3 sounds bleak as all hell. I don’t know if my poor heart can take any more of this.
There are not many people that embody the abstract ideal of “America” more than Carroll Shelby. Following his quite successful racing career, Shelby was the consummate salesman, constantly on the hunt for some business opportunity he could slap his name on. We all know about his successful foray with Ford in the…
There’s a new Saab museum in the works in South Dakota of all places, thanks to Saab collectors Tom and Patti Donney, who graciously want to share their extensive collection with the rest of us.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Saab has an ouchie—one of its alloy wheels needs fixing/replacing. That’s easy enough, but let’s see if the rest of the car comes with a price tag that has you wincing in pain.
When I asked Félix “Why Saab?” he responded with: “I bought a 900 S when I was about 20.”
The Saab 900 Turbo SPG may in fact be the most underrated performance hatchback in history. While most believe the Volkswagen GTI to be the grandfather of the hot hatch, truth is, while VW was still relying on a measly 1.8-liter four to generate power, Saab was dishing out fire-breathing, front-wheel-drive turbo…
Say you’re in the market for a secondhand European hot hatchback, but seek something a little more interesting than a Golf GTI or a Ford Focus RS. Your options are scarce. Sure, you could try to import a Renault Clio V6 from France, but do you really want to get yourself into the hassle of importing a French car? And…
Do the answers you seek lie within the Saab 9000 Turbo? I can’t tell you that. No one can. You must discover them for yourself.
Saab, which is now owned by National Electric Vehicle Sweden (which sadly can’t use the Saab name anymore), is slightly off track but seemingly still on the way to producing electric not-Saab 9-3s for the Chinese market later this year, thanks to new approval from the Chinese government.
Some days I think I’d be happier in a Saab 9-5 Aero wagon.
All of you Saab people, all you want is to talk about Saabs, and talk about Saabs, and moan how you can’t buy new Saabs. Well, here’s a picture of a Saab for you all to stare at if it makes you happy.
The last true Saab concept car, the 2006 Aero X Concept, might be a decade old but the inside still looks like it’s from the future.
Today we celebrate a brave alloy for breaking free from a life—if you can call it that—imprisoned on a stanced Saab.
We may have found the ultimate Saab Slaab right here. This Brooklyn seller is letting go of his or her 1991 Saab 9000 Turbo. The price is fair, just $1800 for a nicely styled, nicely trimmed, nicely driving car. It has high miles (200,000+ on the odo), but it’s a manual with a lovely interior and what sounds like a…
And now, your moment of zen.
All-wheel drive is an increasingly common feature on cars today, from grocery-fetching Subaru wagons to small crossovers. But it was rally racing that really convinced automakers that sending power to all four wheels gives cars a massive edge on ice, snow, dirt and more.
Don’t go to work—quit your life and do Saab things in your Saab!
A brand-new camera stabilizing rig was created solely to capture the majesty of the Saab Gripen fighter jet cutting open the ice cold air above Sweden. Worth it? Take a look for yourself!
It looks as if the Saab brand may not come back to the automobile market—at least, not in its entirety. Saab AB, a Swedish aerospace business with ownership of the name, will not allow the use of its name or logo by its buyout company.