The New Saab 9-5 Aero turbo4 XDW of 2010. He is really nice! the color is black. and inside that really beautiful! this saab is to 250km / h. He has a good music quality. You can also connect your iPod. He has an open roof. and there is a navigation system. and there can be five people in the car. There is also heated. and it is hand link.
Saab 9-5 Turbo6 XWD - videoblog Driversweb.cz
http://www.driversweb.cz/ Na Driverswebu už se vídáme přes půl roku, určitě je nejvyšší čas představit vám náš tým a nechat vás nahlédnout do zákulisí testování. Vzal jsem si tedy kameru, nikomu jsem nic neřekl a vyrazili jsme spontálně na testovací jízdy. Pokud se vám Saab líbí a mrzí vás, že z něj na videu téměř nic nevidíte, nezoufejte a počkejte si na velký test.
Jde o první Driversweb Videoblog, což je jakýsi video podcast, který vás vtáhne do zákulisí testů a do názorů redaktorů. Budeme rádi za vaše názory či ohlasy, nešetřete nás. :)
2010 Saab 9-5 Aero V6 Preview at New York Auto Show
Todd Agostini from www.CherryHillClassicCars.com and www.SaabHistory.com does a detailed walk around of the New Saab 9-5. What an amazing car this is! Call Todd at 856-424-5300 for details on availability and details at the Greater Philadelphia's premier Saab dealership Cherry Hill Saab at Cherry Hill Classic Cars.
Saab 9-5 Test Drive
A couple of weeks ago I got my first proper drive of the new Saab 9-5 saloon. This is my experience in the Saab diesel version, which whilst still uses the current engines, was a decent motorway muncher albeit not up with the real premium alternatives.
2012 Saab 9-5 SportCombi (2011 Geneva Auto Show)
New Saab 9-5 SportCombi
* Next step in Saab's biggest-ever new product offensive
* Distinctive alternative choice in premium wagon segment
* Styling carries forward 9-5 sedan's bold design language
* First customer deliveries in September
Saab Automobile takes the next step in the biggest new product offensive in its history when the much-awaited 9-5 SportCombi is unveiled at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.
Sleek and fun-to-drive, the SportCombi adds versatility to the widely acclaimed attributes of the 9-5 sedan and will bring a distinctive, alternative choice to the premium, large wagon segment.
It shares the sedan's bold, Aero X-inspired looks and features an extended, falling roof-line which culminates in a steeply raked rear screen flanked by signature Saab 'wraparound' window glazing. The result is an imposing and sporty wagon with a low stance and a dynamic, visual appeal that concedes nothing to the requirements of load-carrying.
Smart cargo handling features include an adaptable multi-fold floor, flexible U-rail load space configuration and under-floor stowage with a sealed wet storage compartment. A programmable, powered tailgate is also available.
Backed by the same all-turbo gasoline, bioethanol and diesel powertrain line-up as the 9-5 sedan, the SportCombi includes Saab's industry-leading XWD all-wheel-drive system and advanced features such as: Saab DriveSense adaptive chassis control, adaptive cruise control, Bi-Xenon Smart Beam adaptive lighting, keyless entry and starting, tri-zone air conditioning and a Pilot Head-up Display which projects information, aircraft-style in the windshield.
The order book for the SportCombi opens in March, with first customer deliveries to follow from September. It will significantly broaden the appeal of the new 9-5 range in a segment where Saab, with its tradition for designing versatile vehicles, has enjoyed wagon sales volumes on a par with sedan levels.
"The launch of the 9-5 SportCombi is a much-awaited next step in the roll-out of our new product offensive," says Saab Automobile CEO Jan Åke Jonsson. "It will take Saab back into the large wagon segment where we have established a strong presence in many key markets with our previous offering."