The 2009 Saab 9-5 is Saabs largest performance sedan.
The next Saab 9-3 is scheduled for a 2013 makeover, and if the Swedish manufacturer can get its production line rolling, it may also ditch the 9-3 nameplate in favor of a name that harks back to the brand's earlier years.
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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.
"Swag," from annoying Internet memes to being dropped every 12 seconds by rappers whose lungs might implode into a fine powdery dust if they don't, is an entirely overplayed concept.
The Saab story continues, this time with a new chapter in its quest for money: in this latest game of Swedish musical chairs, Saab’s parent company Swedish Automobile is selling boutique supercar manufacturer Spyker to pay its debts.