Used Saab Cars for Sale

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Manual
99,000 miles
Black
Diesel
1910cc
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CJ Autos Bristol Warmley Used Car Dealer
2010 Saab 9-3 Saloon
10 Photos
Manual
97,000 miles
Black
Diesel
1910cc
2 Door
Motovation UK Ltd Bh24 1sf Used Car Dealer
2009 Saab 9-3 Convertible
10 Photos
Manual
84,772 miles
GREY
Petrol
1998cc
5 Door
Border City Autos 20 Ltd Carlisle Used Car Dealer
2009 Saab 9-3 Estate
10 Photos
Automatic
100,000 miles
Silver
Petrol
2000cc
2 Door
Cars Under LTD T/A Cars Under 3000 East Midlands Used Car Dealer
2005 Saab 9-3
Manual
40,239 miles
Blue
Petrol
1985cc
2 Door
RFH Classics Ltd Henlow Used Car Dealer
2001 Saab 9-3 Convertible
20 Photos
Manual
93,000 miles
Black
Petrol
2300cc
5 Door
GCS - GERMAN CAR SPECIALIST Chesham Used Car Dealer
2009 Saab 9-5 Estate
10 Photos
Automatic
48,000 miles
Black
Petrol
1985cc
2 Door
PFM Cars London Used Car Dealer
1999 Saab 9-3 Convertible
10 Photos
Automatic
106,000 miles
Yellow
Petrol
1985cc
2 Door
Stewart Vehicles Newton Abbot Used Car Dealer
1999 Saab 9-3 Convertible
Manual
970,000 miles
Silver
Diesel
1910cc
-
Icknield Car Sales Letchworth Used Car Dealer
2007 Saab 9-5 Estate
No Photos
Automatic
134,000 miles
Grey
Petrol
2290cc
4 Door
Clever Car Group South East Used Car Dealer
2007 Saab 9-5 Saloon
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Saab Automobile was a Swedish car manufacturer which was originally established to build aircraft for the Swedish Air Force in anticipation of the Second World War.

Saab began as a company which built aircraft for the Swedish Air Force and was established in 1937. As the war came to an end Saab was forced to reconsider how it was going to use its resources. Saab saw the automobile industry as a good market to expand into.

In 1944 Saab began creating the first ever Saab passenger car which was completed by 1948 at the new Trollhätton site. The car, known as the Saab 92 was brought to the market in 1949 and sold 20,000 through the mid-1950s.

1960 saw one of the major revisions of the 92, the Saab 96 achieve great international success, selling approximately 500,000 examples. In the late 60’s Saab made its first car which didn’t have any ties with the original 92 model. It was a very innovative product with new features such as a wraparound windscreen, self-repairing bumpers, side-impact door beams and headlamp washers.

Over the next three decades Saab made partnerships with Scania-Vabis AB and Fiat, before being taken over by General Motors in 1989. Saab later ran into financial difficulties by 2012 it had officially filed for bankruptcy bringing Saab’s 64-year long legacy in Sweden’s industrial history to a sad end.

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