200 people have to leave Saab .The weak sales are the main reason of course .And it's always declining sales around Christmas time .
The dream is alive.
It's here! At the Los Angeles Motor Show and at the centre of intense media scrutiny, we revealed the new 9-4X to journalists and visitors from across the world.
Featuring a world-leading XWD system, sports tuned chassis and high levels of standard equipment, we are confident that our new crossover is a winning harmony of style, functionality and classic Saab design characteristics.
Updated Wed 17 November 2010 at 22:14 by jlrSAAB
This is a project to write some basic car information applicable to any car. Anyone can suggest topics or co-author the project or parts of it.
The purpose of tire rotation is to have all the tires wear evenly. The front tires in front wheel drive cars wear faster so some what to even the wear so that they can replace all 4 tires at the same time.
The wisdom of tire rotation is debated. BMW recommends not rotating tires. The rationale
This took place in April of 2008 but I thought it would be nice to post it here as well. I attended this media event for trollhattansaab.net (now saabsunited.com) where the Saab 9-3 Turbo X was introduced to a select group of journalists. The idea was to have some competitor cars at a race track and see how the Turbo X would compare.
Full picture set on Flickr: link
Originally published here with comments from readers: link
Here is my report from that day.
All wheel drive
More cars are available with all wheel drive (AWD). With life, there's a plus and minus to most everything and AWD is no exception. As far as tires, there's a minus.
If there's a puncture that is unrepairable, you may have to buy 4 new tires. This is because the tread depth for all tires should be the same in AWD cars. If not, the differential can be subject to excessive wear as one tire's diameter is larger because the tread is deeper. Manufacturers,