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The past two years have been rough for Saab.
The drama continues for Saab, as Automotive News reports that owner Swedish Automobile announced it was discussing a rescue deal with yet another Chinese player – this time a bank in China.
After several delays, Saab’s much needed 9-4X crossover began arriving in U.S.
The new 2011 Saab 9-4x SUV has been named a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
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Message from Sweden: Saab is still alive
At Long Last, Saab’s Crossover is Here
Judging by the new-model intros from European carmakers, you’d think the bubble economy was still going strong.
Saab may finally get a proper crossover. The 9-4X uses Saab’s new XWD all-wheel-drive system and a turbocharged four that runs on E85 ethanol.
Saab will debut the 9-4x in 2009. The 9-4x will blend Saturn Vue and Aura components into an aerodynamic, on-road-biased, tall-roof wagon.