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Saab Plans a New Start in the Canadian Marketplace
Tuesday, 11 May 2010 00:00

2011 Model Year Vehicles to Be Sold in Canada

  • International Fleet Sales to provide distribution services
  • Potential of 20 dealers to support network
  • All-new 2011 model year vehicles to land in dealership showrooms in the fall
  • On-going discussions with GMAC to offer lease option
  • All warranty work transfers to Saab Cars North America

TORONTO – Saab Cars North America (SCNA) announced today the company’s intent to re-establish distribution of Saab vehicles into the Canadian marketplace beginning with 2011 model year vehicles. In conjunction with International Fleet Sales, SCNA will manage importation and sales distribution of the premium vehicles throughout Canada. Approximately 20 dealers are interested in the opportunity to continuing selling the luxury brand.

SCNA Reaches Agreement with Saab Club of Canada
Saturday, 01 May 2010 20:45

The Saab Club of North America is pleased to announce that it has come to an agreement with the Saab Club of Canada whereby all SCC members are now recognized by the SCNA as official members, and SCNA members are recognized by the SCC as official members.

What this effectively means is that if you're a member of either Club, you can take part in each Club's activities, no matter if they are in Canada or the United States.

So to all our fellow SCC (and now, SCNA) members up in the Great White North, if you are planning on attending this year's Saab Owner's Convention and have a valid SCC membership, you do NOT have to purchase a SCNA membership to attend the convention and participate in all its related activities and competitions. And for all SCNA members, you are now also recognized as Saab Club of Canada members for events as well!


Pricing Announced on All-New Flagship 9-5
Tuesday, 20 April 2010 00:00

Saab Cars North America Announces Pricing on All-New Premium Flagship Vehicle: The 9-5 Aero Sedan Launch Package

  • All-new 9-5 vehicle pricing on model year 2010 and 2011 variants
  • Premium 9-5 Sedan available in July

DETROIT – Saab Cars North America today announced pricing for its all-new 2010 model year 9-5 Aero Sedan launch package. The flagship vehicle will arrive in U.S. dealer showrooms in July.

Saab will lead the new 9-5 launch with its top-of-the line Aero Sedan model, priced at $49,990 MSRP. The Aero, featuring a 300 hp 2.8-litre V6 turbo engine, delivers uncompromised driving performance and is packed with advanced chassis, comfort and safety technologies.

Shortly following the 9-5 Aero introduction, a 2.0-litre turbo variant will be added to the 9-5 line-up. Pricing for these 2011 model year vehicles will start at under $40,000 MSRP.

Saab to Continue to Offer OnStar
Saturday, 17 April 2010 21:37

Saab/OnstarDetroit – Saab Cars North America has reached an agreement with OnStar to continue to offer OnStar subscription service to Saab customers under the automaker’s new owner, Spyker Cars NV.  The agreement begins with model year 2010 vehicles and applies to Saab vehicles sold in the United States.

As a standard feature on the Saab 9-3 Aero and the all-new Saab 9-5 models, OnStar continues its tradition of “always being there” with highly trained and knowledgeable OnStar advisors to assist Saab customers when they need it most. The OnStar service is complimentary for one year for Saab customers.

“OnStar is a critical technology that our customers demand and expect,” said Mike Colleran, President and Chief Operating Officer Saab Cars North America. “With this agreement, we look forward to continuing to deliver exceptional service and support for Saab customers.”

New Saab 9-5 Ready to Roll
Tuesday, 13 April 2010 00:00
  • More than 500,000 km of chassis testing on European roads
  • Handling, ride, refinement assessed across 250 measurement criteria
  • Unique challenge of forest test track near Arctic Circle
  • Customer order book already open in many markets

From the frozen wastes of northern Sweden to the baking plains of southern Spain, Saab's chief test driver Peter Johansson and his small team of chassis experts have driven on some of the most challenging roads in Europe to fine-tune the dynamics of the next generation Saab 9-5.

Peter and his team clocked up more than 500,000 kilometers, the equivalent of driving 12 times round the world, in their quest to find the best set-up. That meant optimizing two different suspension layouts, front and all-wheel-drive transmissions, passive and adaptive chassis functions and two steering systems with different brakes, wheel sizes and tires, as well as five powertrain options.

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