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Saab 9-3 Aero Turbo4 — 2014

The last Saab that will leave the production plant in Stallbacka, Trollhättan, Sweden. The very last new Saab to leave the plant and proudly carry the name of Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget, spelled in capital letters, of course.

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"A new car, a new Saab with its value to be decided by the Saab enthusiasts worldwide."

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"A new car, a new Saab with its value to be decided by the Saab enthusiasts worldwide."


The last Saab. Ponder on these words. How does it feel? For many Saab fans this is sad, very sad, but at the same time, a tantalizing thought.
An Aero Turbo 4, a saloon with a four cylinder two-liter 220 hp power plant with its first and only kilometers running on the track during a few photography sessions. This is a new car, a new Saab, the works. This is your chance. Go and get it.
A sign, a plaque, on the dashboard and a sticker in the engine bay tells the future collectors which very car this is.

New car specification

Technical data

  • Year
  • Registration date
  • Mileage
    70 km 
  • Kw / hp
    162 / 220 
  • Fuel Type
  • Transmission
  • Interior finish
    Two-tone leather 
  • Colour
    Diamond Silver 


  • Mechanical condition:

    An engine generation from GM:s world of engines, but still with some input or tweaks from the Saab engineers.

  • Interior condition:

    A light beige leather interior with darker details and the front seats are in fact unique to the last 9-3 series. The headrests are different to the earlier series.
    And if you're a fan of the dark side of Saab, the Night Panel, it's of course in place.

  • Exterior condition:

    A subtle silver paint (as always) named Diamond Silver. The turbine shaped wheels reminds us, and should do, of the first classic Saab Turbo.

  • General condition:

    A new Saab, manufactured in 2014. Registered i Sweden 2019. It has done its few kilometers on the test track and in the production plant area.

MOT (tech. insp.)

Fordonsstatus: Itrafik 2019-03-15
Ursprungsbesiktning: 2019-03-14 (regbes)
Datum i trafik första gången: 2019-03-15
Besiktigad tom: 2022-03-31
Senast godkända besiktning: 2019-03-14
Körförbud: Nej
Skattebefriad: Nej
Årsskatt: 2318 SEK
Antal ägare: 1

Facts about the model

The last Saab 9-3 series was presented 2002 and that Trollhättan ingenious aircraft inspirered Saab-feeling is very much still there regardless of GM:s involvement.

The SAAB history in short:
Saab was founded in 1937. The name stands for Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget. The purpose was to develop and build aircraft to the Swedish Air Force.

* The first car, the Saab 92, is presented in 1947.
* In 1969, Saab and truck manufacturer Scania-Vabis are merged.
* In the 1980s, Saab's automobile division generates a profit, but at the end of the decade that is turned to a loss.

* In 1989, the loss is approximately SEK 2 billion in automobile divison. The personnell is reduced by 1,500 people from around 15,000.
* The following year, in 1990, automobile manufacturing is placed in a special company, Saab Automobile AB. GM takes over as half owner, while Investor-owned Saab-Scania owns the other half.

* In 1991, Saab is closing down its factory in Malmö where 900 employees built the Saab 900 model.
* During 1994 and 1995, Saab Automobile shows profits, which are the only profit years under GM's ownership.
* In 2000, GM takes full control of Saab Automobile.

* Three years later the Saab 9-3 is launched.
* In 2005, the factory in Trollhättan loses the battle to produce the next generation 9-3, a decision that later changed.
* The following year Saab sells a record number of cars, 133,000.
* The financial crisis in 2008 causes GM to seek state aid to survive.

* In February 2009, GM announces that Saab will become an independent company and duly be sold.
* On December 18, General Motors announced that a closure of Saab Automobile will begin.

Location and viewing Information

For viewing the vehicle, contact Peter Sundfeldt

phone: +46 705 38 80 22

Pick up

Collecting of vehicles, you need to book a collection time by calling our customer service +46 31 933 331 or Peter Sundfeldt + 46 705 38 80 22

Once your payments have been cleared via our bank, we will send a confirmation to your email address and you can arrange a collection time.

Auction information

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