Base versions of Saabs compact series have been dropped for 2002. This leaves only the SE editions of the four-door hatchback and two-door convertible, as well as the high-performance Viggen in three body styles that include a two-door hatchback. SE models feature a turbocharged, 205-horse... Read Full Report
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- The first Saab I ever sat in was a vintage 96 -- a Sixties-era hatchback with a quirky two-stroke, three-cylinder engine and a distinctive teardrop shape -- that was owned by a high school buddy. It didn't run and, to the best of my recollection, never did -- even though we tried to fire it up a couple times.Later, early in my automotive journalism career, I was luck... Read full review for the 2002 Saab 9 3
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I bought my 2002 Saab 9-3 SE Hatchback with a 5-speed manual transmission about a year ago. My car has 104,000 miles on the clock and I have had no problems mechanically thus far. I have had to replac... Read Full Review
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