Saab 9-3 2.0T

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Saab 9-3 2.0T

Saab present the 9-3 Aero 2.0T 4dr Saloon with 5 Speed - (Man) / 5 Speed - (Auto), Front (FWD) running on Unleaded Petrol

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Excellent

Pro Safe, fast, comfortable, and very beautiful.

ConsA bit expensive

When I got to the store to pick my (well, my company car then..) brand new Saab 9-3 Aero (210hp) back in -04 I was very happy. I had taken a few months of reviewing several cars and brands before I decided to go for the Saab 9-3. Basically the choice where made on the looks of the car itself, the...

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Excellent

“Saab 93 Aero Sport Saloon”

published 24/02/2007

Pro Different Styling, Exclusive, Cheap Servicing

ConsDepreciation HIgh

currently own a Saab 93 ss on a 54 plate 05MY and have owned it since May 2005, I purchased it from my usual dealer in Cornwall, Before this I owned a 2003 53 Saab 93 ss 2.2 TiD The Sport saloon was introduced in September 2002 with the line up of 1.8t 150bhp actually a 2litre turbo, a 2.0t a...

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Super

ProSolid, refined and an fantastic drive

ConsFuel economy around town a wallet emptier

I've been driving the 93 now for six months, and it really is a fantastic car for the money, and more than capable of warding off it's more expensive equivalents, such as the BMW 3 series and Audi A4. The higher specification 93's feature full leather, climate control, cruise control, full...

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Excellent

ProQuick, comfortable and ecomomcial

ConsDated dash layout

I have just purchased a Saab 9-3 SE 2.0T 2001 after looking at Golfs, Passats and A4s it was all down to price and value for money at first. That was until I drove the 9-3, WOW! I felt like I was in one of the Saab's fighter jets, yes just like the advert with dash all lit up like a Christmas...

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Good

“A Mixed bag”

published 16/10/2003

Prorelaively unique on the road

Consnot the same quality as its superiors

We bought this car from new in an x reg. It was our first convertible car and was a step up from a mondeo sport. I have a number of good and bad issues with the car all. Firstly this car is in a strongly repesented market. With BMW probably the best by a good distance. Mercedes, Audi and Volvo...

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Excellent

“An unsung hero”

published 24/07/2003

ProComfortable, safe and classy

ConsWind whistle and lack of central-locking on glove ...

I bought my first Saab 9-3 SE Convertible 2.0t in April 2003, a fleet disposal 39,000 miler with full service history on a ‘T’ plate (1999). It is the Light Pressure Turbo variant with around 150bhp (the lowercase ‘t’ in ‘2.0t’ shows this, rather than ‘T’ which is the 185bhp variant). I came from...

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Excellent

“Saab 9-3 Aero Sport Saloon”

published 17/02/2005

ProDifferent, Power, price

ConsFuel economy

I have had the 9-3 SS Aero for 8 months now and I must say it is the best car I have ever own. Owning a Saab means is like standing out from the pack. Sick and tired of seeing BMW's everywhere, the decision to purchase a Saa 9-3 will be one that you would be happy with. Apart from being differnet...

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Excellent

“Saab 9-3 Aero”

published 30/01/2010

ProVery nippy and good on petrol

Consnone i can recall

My Saab aero 9-3 wow what a car this is very reliable and very fast for a 4 door saloon mine is a silver aero with a 6 speed gearbox and half leather interior which can be a bit cold in winter but it sets off the car, with the six speed box it is quite economical averaging 32 - 34 miles per...

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Good

“Fun but flawed”

published 12/05/2009

ProOpen top motoring, good looks and reliable - genui...

Consinternal squeeks and groans are annoying, the hard...

I bought my Saab 93 2.0t last November. I have found the car to have a number of issues. On the plus side, the car looks great, and as I have the Aero version, the acceleration is good. However, due to the removal of the roof, the car does seem to flex and move (it creeks and groans quite a lot...

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Super

ProStyle, saftey, comfort and reliablilty

ConsUrban motoring can be expensive

An all round good car, comfortable and easy to drive with a responsive engine, the five door version has excellent passenger space and a large boot. For motorway driving the comfort cannot be matched and economy is good, but around town it can be thirsty. Little or no road noise at speed and the...

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Product Information : Saab 9-3 2.0T

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Saab present the 9-3 Aero 2.0T 4dr Saloon with 5 Speed - (Man) / 5 Speed - (Auto), Front (FWD) running on Unleaded Petrol

Product Details

Body Type: Hatchback; Estate; Saloon; Convertible, Convertible, Saloon

Available Trims: Aero; Linear; Linear Sport; Vector; Vector Sport, Aero; Linear; Vector; Vector Sport, Vector Sport

Fuel Type: Petrol, Hybrid - Petrol / BioEthanol

Power: 150, 210, 175, 200

Transmission type: 6 Speed Manual; 5 Speed Automatic, 5 Speed - (Man) / 5 Speed - (Auto), 5 Speed Manual; 5 Speed Automatic

Range: Saab 9-3

Driven Wheels: Front (FWD)

Range + Engine Type: 9-3 2.0T, 9-3 Convertible 2.0T, 9-3 2.0t BioPower

Manufacturer: Saab

Country of Origin: Sweden

CO2 Emissions: 218 g/km - (Man) / 235 g/km - (Auto), 213 g/km - (Man), 202 g/km - (Man) / 232 g/km - (Auto), 194 g/km - (Man) / 223 g/km - (Auto), 189 g/km - (Man)

Emissions Class: EU3, EU4

NCAP Rating: NCAP 5 Star Rating, 5 Star NCAP Rating

Maximum Speed (mph): 143, 146, 140

Warranty: 3 years / 60000 miles

Cylinders: 4

Fuel Capacity (litres): 62, 58, 61

Torque: 221@2500 lb/ft, 196@2500 lb/ft

Insurance Group: 17, 16, 14, 15

Engine Size (cc): 1998

Towing Limit (kg): 1600

Boot Capacity (litres): 352, 258, 425

Type: Car

Height: 1434, 1437, 1466, 1473

Width: 1762

Length: 4635, 4647

Weight: 1685, 1730, 1590, 1580

Acceleration (0 - 62 mph): 7.7 seconds - (Man), 7.5 seconds - (Man)

Wheel Base (mm): 2675

Combined Fuel Consumption (mpg): 31.7, 35.8

Service Interval: 18000 miles

Avg Price: 32064, 25384

Release Date: 01.01.2005

Classification: Premium Car

Number of Doors: 4

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