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New car diary for Saab

Make: Saab

Model: 9-5

Released: Apr 2011

Now under Spyker control, Saab will be back in Australia with its all-new 9-5 large sedan leading the charge. Powering the most technically advanced Saab ever made will be a range of petrol, diesel and E85-compatible engines with outputs ranging from 118kW to 221kW.
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Make: Saab

Model: 9-3

Released: Jun 2008

Saab will introduce all-wheel drive variants of its 9-3 range by mid 2008, for its V6 Turbo sedan and wagon models. Powered initially by a 206kW/400Nm V6 model called Turbo XWD (cross-wheel drive). Saab claims that its Haldex AWD system will put Saab at the cutting edge of AWD technology.
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Make: Saab

Model: 9-3

Released: Nov 2007

Saab’s new MY2008 9-3 will feature a new fascia inspired by the Aero X concept, new tail-lights and a new all-wheel-drive system, subtly called XWD. Engines include a 1.8-litre turbo-petrol, 1.9-litre turbo-diesel and 2.0-litre turbo-petrol fours, plus a 2.8-litre turbo-pterol V6 in the Aero convertible.
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Make: Saab

Model: 9-3 - Sport Hatch

Released: Nov 2005

Saab unveilled its third new 9-3 variant at the 2003 Frankfurt motor show but for all the linkage with Saab's previous 9-3X crossover concept, this car is more a traditional Euro-prestige wagon - powered by Saab's 2.0 turbo four. It's a definite for Australia, but won't arrive here until late 2005.
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Make: Saab

Model: 9-3 - diesel

Released: Dec 2004

Saab is the latest Australian car company to consider adding turbo-diesel power to its range. In the smaller Swede’s case, it’s a sophisticated new 1.9-litre oil burner - yet to be launched in Europe - that is expected to bolster the 9-3 compact prestige sedan's 2.0-litre turbo petrol line-up here late in 2004.
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Make: Saab

Model: 9-2X

Released: Oct 2004

If approved for right-hand drive production, Saab's first all-wheel drive - the Subaru Impreza-based 9-2X - will go on sale here by October 2004. Built by Subaru, which is 20 per cent owned by Saab owner GM, the 9-2X five-door will be the cheapest Saab, offering 2.5 atmo and 2.0-litre turbo boxer engines.
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Make: Saab

Model: 9-3 - Aero convertible

Released: Mar 2004

Saab added the final piece of its 9-3 puzzle when it launched the Aero convertible at the Brisbane motor show. Priced at $89,900 for the six-speed manual and $92,400 for the five-speed auto, the topless Aero matches the sedan range-topper's 155kW output and higher standard equipment levels.
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Make: Saab

Model: 9-3 - convertible

Released: Nov 2003

Saab's most important vehicle since the 9-3 sedan, the all-new 9-3 Convertible, will offer buyers the wide range of engineering advances that came with the new 9-3 sedan, plus additional enhancements to improve the four-seater rag-top's exclusivity. Expect it on sale in Australia by early October.
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