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Saab Customer Reviews

my control asrm works just great. It was just what i needed. thanks for sending it in such a timely manner,and in great condition.
michael pogue
Purchased on Jul 26, 2020
appears great so far --- fit as expected-- like that it came with new bolt for ball joint
John Green
Purchased on Mar 02, 2020
As always very pleased with product
Maria Vasquez
Purchased on Feb 10, 2020

Saab Guides

State-of-the-art military, aeronautic, aviation and automobile technology'put all of those together and you'd get the Saab. Having produced the first vehicle to have turbochargers, Saab auto parts are well-renowned for their aircraft-inspired technology and performance. If you have a Saab, there's no doubt that you'd feel the difference and uniqueness of Saab ingenuity.High-tech as your car might be, there's still room for performance enhancements by placing additional Saab Parts. If you've got a Saab 9-3, you may want to add heated side mirrors'a perfect addition to the built-in night panel when it comes to night-time driving. Or, if you own a Saab 9-7X SUV, you could improve its utility by adding a trailer hitch to it. For more torque and power, you can get cold intake systems and performance camshafts for your vehicle. And for additional fuel efficiency, quality fuel injectors, reliable spark plugs and precise valvetrain components are always available for your Saab. The possibility of adding even more Saab Performance Parts is only limited by your imagination.So get Saab parts that performs as excellent as the brand itself. Make sure that the Saab Car Parts that you purchase are of premium quality and performance as those that the brand uses for its cars. After all, you should be proud that your vehicle was inspired by aircraft technology. So next time you take your Saab for a drive, think of how close you are to being a fighter pilot

Saab: Sweden's Gift to the World

The zipper. The computer mouse. Abba. What do all of those have in common? Well, all of those originate from Sweden. Basically, they're Sweden's gifts to the world. But apart from contributions to clothing, technology, and music, Sweden also gave Saab to the automotive industry.

Saab's Flight

Saab (Svenska Aeroplan AB), regarded by many as the most prominent automaker to come out of Sweden, was established in 1937. Saab wasn't always an automotive brand though. Before the company became known as an automaker in 1945, the company's main business was to build aircrafts for the Swedish Air Force, which was involved in a war. Once the war drew to a close, the demand for aircrafts dipped, forcing Saab to look for other options. They switched to manufacturing automobiles and released its first-ever automobile, the Saab 92, in 1949.

Earlier Models

Saab sold the Saab 92 throughout the 50s. They were able to sell approximately 20,000 units, a respectable number for a newcomer in the automotive industry. In the middle of that decade, the company tweaked the existing Saab 92 (which they referred to as the Saab 93) and released a wagon variant of it (called the Saab 95).

1960 marked the first time that Saab released an automobile that was widely imported to other countries. It was called the Saab 96 and it sold over half a million units worldwide despite being just another improved version of the old Saab 92. Eight years after that, Saab released its first car that was truly different from the Saab 92 platform-the Saab 99. This was a bigger landmark year than 1960 was for the company as the Saab 99 was regarded as the car that defined Saab's future models. The Saab 99 had self-repairing bumpers, a wrap-around windscreen, side-impact door beams, and headlamp washers-all of which are trademark features of subsequent Saab vehicles.

Saab in the Modern Era

In 2000, Saab became a subsidiary of General Motors. This union didn't last that long though due to a variety of problems. Saab was then purchased in 2010 by Spyker, a Swedish automotive company. Saab's woes continued, which led the company to face bankruptcy. However, a Chinese-Japanese consortium saved Saab from what could be its demise by acquiring the company in 2012.

A Chinese-Japanese Consortium Saved Saab

Saab (Svenska Aeroplan AB) was so close to being laid to rest in 2011. But on the following year, a Chinese-Japanese consortium swooped in to save the troubled Swedish automotive brand. The consortium bought Saab for an undisclosed price. Its objective for the purchase was to transfer Saab to a Chinese market and focus on manufacturing electric-powered cars.

Saab's History

Saab was established in 1937 in Linkoping, Sweden. At first, the company's main business revolved on building aircrafts for the Swedish Air Force. The company shifted its business to producing automobiles when profits from manufacturing aircrafts started to dip. 1945 officially marked Saab's transition towards becoming an automaker. It released its first automobile four years after that and immediately met success. Although as Saab grew, so did its problems. Those didn't deter the company from producing quality vehicles though..

Its Legacy

Despite Saab's problems in the past, it's still recognized by many as the most prominent automaker to come out of Sweden. For that reason, a number of companies vied to acquire control over the Saab brand. In fact, even General Motors owned it at some point. With the Chinese-Japanese consortium's purchase of the brand, Saab can continue to manufacture quality automobiles.

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