The Saab 9-3 is completely redesigned and reengineered for 2003. Instead of a quirky-looking hatchback, it's now a sports sedan.
Today, Swedish automaker Saab finally called it quits after a months-long struggle to stay solvent and—more importantly—stay relevant.
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In the end, it was only a matter of time.
Step right up, potential Saab suitors, for your chance to win some hoary old GM Europe platforms, legions of unbalanced, rabid fans, and the legacy of decades of mismanagement and squandered opportunities!
Now that the entire company’s been pawned off like so many storage units on a Discovery Channel show, Saab’s entire 100+ car collection in its home base of Trollhättan is up for grabs to the greedy, unwashed masses.