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by 9-3X Owner from Washington, DC | April 8, 2014
I have had my 9-3X for about 3 years now. This one of the best handling cars I have driven. XWD technology is amazing. The car corners and handles very well. Sticks to the road like glue. Even in rain. Goes through snow like my old Subaru Forester. The turbo 2.0 is agile and gets the car up to highway speeds easily. Got to keep an eye on the speedometer as this car can get up to 70-80 MPH without you knowing as it is very smooth. Interior is well appointed. Wish the Driver seat had a little more lumbar sport. Maintenance costs are a little high when they come up but they few and far between. Sorry to see Saab go into receivership and now no longer make this car. This was a hidden gem.