Featured Vehicle - The 2013 Saab 9-3

Saab 9-3
The 2011 Saab 9-3 is largely unchanged. This premium-compact car reprises three body styles: a 4-door sedan, 4-door wagon called SportCombi, and 2-door convertible with a power soft top. Also offered is a raised-suspension wagon called the Saab 9-3X. Trim levels for the 2011 9-3 include 2.0T and Aero. All have front-wheel drive and use a 210-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine. All-wheel drive is available on the sedan. The 9-3X serves as the AWD wagon. A 6-speed manual transmission is standard on front-drive 2.0T models and offered as a no-cost option on front-drive Aero models and the AWD 2.0T. A 5-speed automatic transmission is optional on the front-drive 2.0T and standard on Aero. AWD 9-3s offer a 6-speed automatic. Available safety features include ABS, traction control, antiskid system, front-side airbags, and curtain-side airbags (on sedans and wagons). Leather upholstery is standard, and heated front seats are optional. A navigation system, rear-obstacle detection, and driver-seat memory are Aero-exclusive optional features. Note that Saab is owned by Spyker Cars N.V., a Dutch builder of exotic cars.
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