2007 Saab 9-5 consumer reviews

$34,370–$35,465 MSRP range
side view of 2007 9-5 Saab
94% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior design 4.2
  • Performance 4.4
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.2
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4.4

Saab #5 I love them

When you get one with no problems and you REGULARLY SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE the car the run forever....you can't break them. Easily tuned and smooth and different.

4.4

gorgeous, comfortable, alrounder

Has been an excellent car to own. I've done a couple of long road trips in it, one NY to Colorado, its a excellent, comfortable, long distance cruising machine. Mine is a regular 2.3 turbo and its fantastic, pulls hard to overtake, sits happily at 85 all day long and returns 28 mpg. My wagon has tones of storage space including clever under floor storage in the cargo area and space for 4 adults comfortably. Has made me into a Saab guy.

4.7

Best Car I Ever Owned

For the price of these cars, you can't find a better car. Quick, handles well, comfortable seats, quiet ride and fun to drive. Best car ever.

4.7

best car I've ever owned.

Love my Saab 9-5 Aero. Fast, comfortable, roomy with one of the best audio systems ever. The Ice Blue Metallic paint is flawless. The seats are extremely comfortable even on long trips. Lots of room in the back seat too. Love the simple, no nonsense dashboard controls. One of my favorite things about this car is how quick it is and how great it handles especially the curvy streets here in Los Angeles.

4.9

Great reliable car, sporty, comfortable

This was a great car. I was the second owner. It was reliable, sporty, economical. I later sold it to my grandson. I would highly recommend this car

4.6

Most fun car to drive!

I just love this car. With the sport mode, it's fast and still maneuvers well, yet it gets great gas mileage. I know Saabs can be temperamental, but it hasn't let me down. Repairs are a bit costly, particularly since Saab mechanics are so hard to find.

4.7

Best Saab

Great power to weight ratio. Fuel economy great for it size (30mpg). Handles will at speed. Visibility great .

4.4

2007 Saab 9-5 2.3T Sedan

Let's face it, European cars for too many people are a status symbol but they pay through the nose for ridiculous maintenance bills to keep up their Audi's (burning oil) and BMW (blown engines). The 9-5 is one of the most dependable used European cars. I've had three in the family and the 2007 has been the best thus far. Overrall MPG's range from 26-29, handling is excellent and power ample with the push of a button. This car will last a long time, well into 200,000 mile realm. Like all cars, keep up with the repairs and this car will not fail you. Do your due diligence and find a trustworthy mechanic that has a background with SAABS.

4.7

My little rocket-ship!

I love this car! It has a sport mode that gives you a nice kick when you need it. The manual mode is fun too, but I dont use it much. The back seats fold down flat and open up to the trunk. Its an amazing amount of storage space that I was not expecting. My only complaint is that there is only one cup holder in the front, but two in the back. Whats that all about? I think overall its a great car. Its runs smooth, looks great inside and out and it feels like my own little rocket-ship when I hit that sport button. I recommend it to someone who wants a classy sporty car that has good gas mileage and lots of storage.

4.3

second 9.5 gave 2001 to my son

Having driven aeros for the past 7 years and had pretty good luck I decided to go for a second one .the first is still running.I l;ike the sporty drive and you get a lot for the price although they are not cheap to repair.the 2007 seems a little more solid but I think the new bucket seats aern't as comfortable as the old ones.interior is a little tacky but I love the over all styling.Very happy at the moment.By the way I bought both cars used with about 40000 miles on them.