The Saab 92 is rumored to be on the drawing board to come out in the 2014 model year. What is news is that hours ago, Car and Driver declared that the Saab 92 is one of 25 cars worth waiting for.
With the signing of an agreement for BMW to supply turbo engines modified to Saab specifications, it is assumed that this will be the initial engine for the Saab 92. The car is set to follow the re-designed Saab 9-3, which may be renamed the Saab 900, a name that hasn't been used for more
In the United States, there is only one major ranking survey for CPO (certified pre-owned) cars. CPO is a term used for used cars which have passed a manufacturer's guidelines for used cars. CPO cars are usually sold with a warranty. Used cars which do not have a CPO designation are not necessarily worse but may not have been assessed for the designation.
Last week, the Los Angeles Times reported on the results of the 12th Intellichoice CPO awards. There were two major categories,
Updated Tue 22 March 2011 at 03:52 by Dave T
Saab well positioned in the quality study conducted by the advocacy organization American consumers JD Powers.
This annual study gives Saab's score above the average for major brands distributed to USA.Plus index is low, the better the ranking is. 43,700 owners have contributed on the basis of MY 2008.Brands follow this study because it's often used for commercial campaigns .
be nice to the turbo and give it a turbo timer
make a 3" Intake
get rid of that silly Turbo Silencer
port the TB Transition Cast
get a K&N Filter
install a Manual Boost Control
realize i should have just put in a Cone Filter Intake
grab a Sport Exhaust
and a Viggen Intercooler
hmmm ... this is just some small things iv been reading about ... if anyone has any other good ideas id love to hear them!!!
Saab, Volvo to put that title, have suppliers in Japan. They are seven in number and based in the south. But these same suppliers are supplied by subcontractors located further north and directly affected by the cataclysm that struck Japan.
"It now remains to see how we can manage disruptions", said Eric Geers. "We're in contact every day."
In all, it's seven direct suppliers to Saab Automobile and fifteen Japanese subcontractors who are in great
Updated Thu 17 March 2011 at 00:57 by Dave T