Anonymous: up past your bed time?It's the "old" direct-injection Saab engine that we saw in the short-lived 9-5, which is to say that it's a newer engine than the one that we last saw stateside in the 9-3.This is a big step for Saab, but the new car coming out next year will be an even bigger deal.
So it's a turbo 2.0 it seems if it has that much power. Not bad for something that size. Seems like this would be an advantage for a Focus based Lincoln vehicle.....essentially what they did with the MKC. -FusioptimaSX
i am so happy that saab is coming back GM screwed the Saab brand over
It's awesome that somehow Saab is still hanging on. We need more, not fewer, small independent carmakers. They are a dying breed. Chinese ownership is scary, but they couldn't possibly rape and defile the Saab brand any more than General Motors did, so whatever. Hopefully they make a go of it and prove that there is a market for unique, niche-brand cars in the US.
Saab is back? But why?
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