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Body: Saloon
Colour: Aluminium/silver
Mileage: 14500
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Manual
Engine: 1998

Body: Convertible
Colour: White
Mileage: 26000
Fuel: Diesel
Gearbox: Manual
Engine: 1910

Body: Convertible
Colour: Grey
Mileage: 19800
Fuel: Diesel
Gearbox: Manual
Engine: 1910

Body: Saloon
Colour: White
Mileage: 41500
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Automatic
Engine: 2792

Buckingham and Stanley Subaru
Call: 01223 841616
Body: Estate
Colour: Black
Mileage: 29700
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Manual
Engine: 1998

Turners Hill Garage
Call: 01342 716322
Body: Saloon
Colour: BLACK
Mileage: 95000
Fuel: Diesel
Gearbox: Manual
Engine: 1956

MB Motor Group
Call: 0113 2638855
Body: Convertible
Colour: Carbon Grey
Mileage: 49000
Fuel: Diesel
Gearbox: Automatic
Engine: 1910

Body: Convertible
Colour: White
Mileage: 47000
Fuel: Diesel
Gearbox: Manual
Engine: 1910

Lewis SsangYong
Call: 01243 574141
Body: Convertible
Colour: Black
Mileage: 38700
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Manual
Engine: 1998

Lewis SsangYong
Call: 01243 574141
Body: Estate
Colour: Metallic Silver
Mileage: 69000
Fuel: Diesel
Gearbox: Manual
Engine: 1910

McCarthy Cars
Call: 02086809460

Saab History

Established in 1937, Swedish car manufacturer Saab was originally the automobile manufacturing division of Swedish Airplane Limited. In 1990, General Motors acquired the company before selling it to Dutch manufacturer Spyker Cars, now known as Swedish Automobile, in 2010. The first Saab, the 92001 Ursaab, was launched in 1947. A notable feature of this model was that its drag coefficient was, at the time, the lowest of any production car. In the following years, the Saab 92 was gradually redesigned and reengineered and a number of new models were released. The third major revision to the 92 was the Saab 96. This was released in 1960 and was a breakthrough model for Saab, as it was the first Saab that was widely exported out of Sweden. This led to a sharp increase in Saab sales, with the Saab 96 selling 550,000 units alone. Even more important to the development of the company was the Saab 99, which was unveiled in 1968. This was an all-new design that severed all ties with the 92 and included many innovations and features that would continue to define Saab cars for decades. Its replacement, the Saab 900, was launched in 1978 and sold almost one millions units, making it Saab's best selling model. After being acquired by General Motors in 1990, the Saab 900 received a facelift and was renamed the Saab 9-3. Other new models, such as the 9X and AeroX, were also developed and released. However, in the late 2000s, Saab's production levels dropped significantly. Since being purchased by Spyker in 2010, Saab's production and sales have started to pick up again and plans are in place for the company to expand and develop more new models. Saab's high level of brand loyalty and their good reputation for safety and reliability are likely the company's main accomplishment, as well as the cult following that some of their older models have gained, making a used Saab very sought after.

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