MPG City: 17 - 20 ; Highway: 27 - 33
Saab redesigned its flagship 9-5 sedan for 2010, but only about 600 were available in the U.S. near the end of the model year, all of which were Aero XWD (all-wheel drive) models with a turbocharged 2.8-liter V-6 and six-speed automatic transmission. Saab is now owned by Spyker Cars, a Dutch carmaker that acquired the Swedish brand from General Motors, but the 9-5 was developed under GM's ownership, so it uses GM engines and other major components. A 9-5 SportCombi wagon is due in fall 2011.Side-by-Side Comparison
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