The Saab 9-3 is completely redesigned and reengineered for 2003. Instead of a quirky-looking hatchback, it's now a sports sedan.
If you were at the top of the executive food chain back when the now-defunct Saab was still making vehicles, then your week didn't get off on the right foot.
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Today, Swedish automaker Saab finally called it quits after a months-long struggle to stay solvent and—more importantly—stay relevant.
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.
Due to the on-again, off-again battle with parts suppliers, Saab announced this week that production of its automotive line will not restart on August 9, as we reported several weeks ago.