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saab

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Saab to live on as electric car manufacturer

A Chinese-Japanese investment group purchases Saab and plans to build electric vehicles for the Asian market.

By Jun. 15, 2012

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Saab: Killing it softly

The final chapter has been written on Saab, the Swedish maker of unique cars skittering on the edge of bankruptcy for the last few years. A potential saving deal was blocked by GM.

By Dec. 19, 2011

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Saab Phoenix concept (photos)

Saab's new concept bears a name referring to the company's near-death experience, before Spyker bought it from GM. More practically, the Phoenix concept serves as the basis for a new 9-3 that Saab has in the works, and shows off new hybrid and cabin technologies.

8 Images By Mar. 2, 2011

Review

2006 Saab 9-5

The 2006 Saab 9-5 cruises easily on the freeway, accelerating quickly and smoothly at higher speeds and over steep terrain. A great-sounding stereo system makes long drives even more enjoyable. But city dwellers beware: The car falls short when it comes to stop-and-go driving. By the time the turbocharger kicks in, it's time to stop at the next red light.

By Apr. 25, 2006

3 stars Editor's rating Apr. 25, 2006

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Saab lives on

Spyker announces its acquisition of Saab from GM.

By Jan. 26, 2010

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Saab: A new lease on life, maybe a new CEO

Automotive News reports on the viability of Saab.

By Nov. 2, 2011

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Saab 9-4X Crossover comes to U.S. showrooms

Saab ships its all-new 9-4X crossover to U.S. showrooms. The 9-4X was recently awarded Top Safety Pick by IIHS.

By Jul. 15, 2011

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Saab: A history in pictures and video

Today's video is a look back at the rich history of Saab, as it heads into the future with a new manufacturer.

By Feb. 26, 2010

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A tribute and a eulogy for Saab

This Web video pays homage to the many different vehicles that Saab has given us over the years. Salute!

By Jan. 1, 2010

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Is Saab sunk? Not quite yet

Spyker Cars considers buying Saab.

By Dec. 7, 2009