of the 2003 Saab 9‑3. Base trim shown.
The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view
Saab is known for doing things differently. The automaker from Trollhattan, Sweden, has a long, proud, oddball tradition. For years, Saab has mounted its ignition in the center ... Read more
I worry for Saab. I worry as a guy who has owned five of them and loved them (before the dreaded 9000 hit the streets). I worry that General Motors, which now owns the company, ... Read more
Los Angeles Times's view
Saab is remaking itself and in so doing loses the quirkiness that has attracted some Americans to the Swedish automaker. But as shown by the new 9-3 sedan -- first of the remade ... Read more
I've owned a 2003 9-3 convertible for 9 years now and I still look forward each time I take it for a drive. It has been as reliable as any car I've owned, and I do keep up with all maintenance and ... Read full review
Very quirky little car.
The car needed some attention when I bought it. very fast and about 27 mph. Love this car. It's cool knowing that not everyone will own a Saab. Read full review