of the 2006 Saab 9‑7X. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Proven GM SUV design
- AWD capability
- Saab personality and heritage
- Euro-style steering and handling
- V-8 performance
- Interior space
- Ride on rougher pavement
- Occasionally awkward transmission operation
- Six-cylinder noisier than V-8
Six-cylinder or new Displacement on Demand V-8
Full-fledged premium SUV
Standard StabiliTrak for 2006
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