When did Saab stop making the 9-3?
In December 2013, Nevs announced that the Saab 9-3 sedan was back in regular production, with convertible, station wagon, and electric models to follow in the next year. Production stopped in 2014.
What year is a Saab 9-3?
The first generation of Saab 9-3 was launched for the 1998 model year. It was then replaced by a redesigned second generation of the 9-3 for the 2003 model year. In total 608,878 Saab 9-3 were produced.
Are Saab 900 turbos reliable?
Engine: It’s incredibly durable. Some owners claim it can cover over 400,000 miles without a major overhaul. It is recommended to change the timing chain at 125,000 miles, which is a more difficult job for 8v models. Turbochargers are capable of lasting up to 200,000 miles but keep an eye out for white exhaust smoke.
How many Saab 9-3s have been made?
Click into each model to see a breakdown of production numbers by year, bodystyle, trim, engine, transmission, drivetrain, and exterior color! Saab 9-3. 1999-2003 9-3 (9400)Total Produced: 93,840 2003-2011 9-3 (9440)Total Produced: 159,444. Saab 9-5.
What is the difference between the 2008 and 2009 Saab 9-3X?
The new Saab 9-3 is virtually unchanged from the 2008 model, which underwent many design and performance enhancements. During 2009 the 9-3X was launched at the Geneva auto show. The 9-…
What happened to the Saab 9-3 Viggen hatchback?
Valmet was also the only plant assembling the 9-3 Viggen, in all three bodystyles. After production at Saab’s main plant ended, Valmet kept producing non-Viggen hatchbacks until 2003. Altogether, Valmet built 7789 Hatchbacks of all models. Between 1999 and 2002, Saab offered a limited edition and higher-performance version of the 9-3.
When will the Saab 9-3 ePower be available in China?
Saab had scheduled to run a two-year trial with 70 ePower demonstrators in Sweden by late 2011. The new owner of the Saab estate, National Electric Vehicle Sweden, initially stated that they intended to start producing the all-electric 9-3 ePower to be launched in China by late 2013 or early 2014.