Not many automakers have steered clear of the sport utility vehicle market, but Saab has been one of the holdouts. That changed when the 9-7X debuted, initially in small numbers, in late spring 2005. Following on the heels of the 9-2X sport wagon, which was developed with Subaru for a debut as an... Read Full Report
Who could have imagined that Saab would build a truck? Or rather, that a truck-based SUV would have the Saab name?The fourth product in Saab's lineup is the 9-7X SUV, and it's built in the same Moraine, Ohio, plant as the Chevrolet TrailBlazer. The Swedish automaker is owned by General Motors.Why a Saab SUV? Saab said its market research revealed that 39 percent of Saab's U.S. cu... Read full review for the 2005 Saab 9 7 X
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Purchased this new, no problems so far. Put 50K on it and only changed tires and brake pads. The vehicle is very reliable and rides great,feels very luxurious and handles great in rain and dry pavemen... Read Full Review
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