Saab 9-5 2.0t Estate

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Saab 9-5 2.0t Estate

Saab present the 9-5 Linear 2.0t Estate Estate with 5 Speed - (Man) / 5 Speed - (Auto), Front (FWD) running on Unleaded Petrol

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Satisfactory

ProGreat design, adequate space, great systems

ConsReliability, dealer network, support when things g...

In 2001 my family were car shopping. We had come by some money, and found that we couldn't find a car that was big enough to accommodate all 5 of us (including one fairly tall family member - not *very* tall, but too tall for most car manufacturers to build cars to suit - AND one fairly short...

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Excellent

“An excellent car all round.”

published 23/01/2003

ProFast, comfortable, stylish, a dream to drive.

ConsNone really - except it could possibly look better...

I have been driving a new Saab 95 2.0t estate for several weeks now as a replacement for my Audi A4 which is in the garage for repairs with no estimated fix time (but that is the subject of another review). However, being an Audi owner gives be a good basis for comparison. What I have to say is...

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Super

“BIg Car in every way”

published 20/08/2007

ProWonderfully comfortable, huge carrying capacity, s...

ConsExpensive to own

Over the years we have owned many Saabs, beginning with an old 900, bought with 30,000 on the clock, P/xed with 85,000 and costing us under £1 in non-routine parts in the interim. Tha started our love of the marque. The only one we found in any way unreliable was our first 9.5, which was one of...

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Excellent

“Great fun, great value”

published 29/01/2001

ProPerformance, quality, great seats, value for money

ConsNot up to BMW standards of ride, handling and refi...

I had never owned a Saab, and intended buying a BMW 5-Series when I swapped my car (from a Merc E300D) in March 2000. What changed my mind? I decided to buy abroad and found I could get much better discounts with much shorter lead times on Saabs than BMWs (or Mercs or Audis). I saved £8,500 on...

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Product Information : Saab 9-5 2.0t Estate

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Saab present the 9-5 Linear 2.0t Estate Estate with 5 Speed - (Man) / 5 Speed - (Auto), Front (FWD) running on Unleaded Petrol

Product Details

Body Type: Estate

Available Trims: Linear; Linear Sport; Vector; Vector Sport; Turbo Edition, Turbo Edition

Fuel Type: Petrol, Hybrid - Petrol / BioEthanol

Range: Saab 9-5

Driven Wheels: Front (FWD)

Range + Engine Type: 9-5 2.0t, 9-5 2.0t BioPower

Manufacturer: Saab

Insurance Group: 13, 15

Engine Size (cc): 1985

Towing Limit (kg): 1800

Boot Capacity (litres): 1490, 416

Height: 1501, 1468

Width: 1792

Length: 4828, 4841

Weight: 1775, 1665

Power: 150, 180

Type: Car

Release Date: 01.01.2005

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

Classification: Full Size Car

Country of Origin: Sweden

CO2 Emissions: 214 g/km - (Man) / 251 g/km - (Auto), 214 g/km - (Man)

Emissions Class: EU3, EU4

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

Maximum Speed (mph): 134, 137

Warranty: 3 years / 60000 miles

Cylinders: 4

Fuel Capacity (litres): 75

Torque: 177@1800 lb/ft, 206@2500 lb/ft

Acceleration (0 - 62 mph): 8.6 seconds - (Man)

Wheel Base (mm): 2703

Combined Fuel Consumption (mpg): 31.4

Service Interval: 18000 miles

Number of Doors: 5

Avg Price: 21322

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