Saab 900

The Saab 900 came in 1978 as a successor to the Saab 90 on the market. Just two years after its launch, the Saab 900 was an improved transmission and was offered in a version with additional 5-speed automatic. The Saab 900 was offered in three body styles, a coupe Saab 900, Saab 900 as notchback and from 1986 also as a Saab 900 Convertible. The Saab 900 convertible is now considered desirable classics and is cherished by its owners. A well-preserved Saab 900 Convertible achieved in the market for used cars is still a good price. Initially for the Saab 900 were both carbureted engines (100 hp and 108 hp) as well as direct injection engine (118 hp, the 900 Turbo even 147 hp). In 1989, the carbureted engines were removed from the program and replaced with 2.0-liter engines with injection and 16-valve technology. The Saab 900 Convertible was sold until 1994, after the acquisition of the Saab Group by General Motors, production of the Saab 900 Classic was in 1993. The S and SE models equipped with new engine New Generation successor Saab 900 (also known as the 900 II) were frequently modified. 1998 Saab 900 II was eventually renamed the Saab 9-3. If you want to buy a new or used car, you should first look at this website. You can find your new or used Saab 900 as a convertible, coupe or sedan at an affordable price.