|The first Svenska Aeroplane Aktiebolaget (or SAAB (Saab) for short) automobile project began in late 1945. But it was not until June 1947 that the project was announced to the press, and 1949 before the first Saab, the 92 went into production. By 1953 the 92 had evolved into the 92B. In late 1955 the 93 was launched and continued in production until 1957. In 1954 Saab also produced a fibre glass bodied sports car, the Sonett.
1983 saw the modification of the 99 design to match the 900. In 1984 the all new Saab 9000 was introduced. A new design, and a larger car the 9000 has continued in production until today, with both sedan and coupe variants.
In 1993 Saab finally replaced the old 900, now known as the Classic, with a new Saab 900 but one that stays faithful to the original 99/900 design. Both the 9000 and the new 900 represent a continuing evolution of the tradition and reputation that Saab cars have developed over the years, with innovations in engines (V6 and the light pressure turbo), transmission (the new Sensonic gearbox), handling (traction control), quality, safety, and performance (turbo). For 1997 the Saab range includes, sedans, coupes, and convertibles.
October 1997 saw the official launch of the new Saab 9-5
Early in 1998 saw the official launch of the new Saab 9-3, including Saab's first diesel powered car, and later in 1998 the new Saab 9-5 Estate, Saab's first estate car since the Saab 95.
In 2001 Saab have come up with the new Saab 9-X Concept Car
There are new and used Saab dealers located in Melbourne , Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Hobart, Canberra (most suburbs) and regional Australia. Most dealers also deal some other make at the same dealer. Few dealers offer a worthwhile Car Insurance for your Saab, however.
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