60th Anniversary for US Market

Here’s a little bit of Saab news, primarily for any US customers thinking of upgrading in 2007. As you may know, 2007 will be an anniversary year for Saab, celebrating 60 years since the unveiling of the first Saab prototypes to the Swedish press (the unveiling took place in the staff cafeteria if I recall correctly).

Saab are putting together a 60th Anniversary Edition for 9-3 and 9-5 buyers in 2007, with details for the US market as follows:

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60th Anniversary pack is available for order. Production Starts December 4th 2006.

Saab 9-5 Anniversary Edition

The 9-5 Pack comprises of the following and at present is only available for Aero Models

Special Addition Alloys (Alu71)
Special Edition Leather Upholstery (K46)
Dark Walnut facia
Rear Parking sensors
Rain Sensor
Auto Dimming Rear-view and Side Mirrors with integrated Garage Door Opener and Compass.
Xenon Headlights

The Pack is available with the exterior colours:

Silver, Titan Grey, Fusion Blue, Jet Black, Parchment Silver and Smoke Beige.

Price approximately $2500 including Metallic

(Visibility pack cannot be combined with order)

Saab 9-3 Anniversary Edition

The 9-3 Pack Comprises of the following and at present is only available on Arc Models (note: I couldn’t get the Saab USA website to show me an Arc model, only a 2.0T sedan and an Aero – SW)

Special Addition Alloys (Alu71)
Special Edition Leather Upholstery (B46)
Dark Walnut facia
Satellite Radio
CD-Changer with 9-Speaker Bose® Sound System
Electric Front Seats
Front Fog Lights

The Pack is available with the exterior colours:

Silver, Titan Grey, Fusion Blue, Jet Black, Parchment Silver and Smoke Beige.

(Premium 16 and 17, plus audio pack and Audio nav pack, cannot be combined with this order)

Price approximately $2500 including Metallic

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And just becuase it’s new for 2007 and I like it so much, here’s some Titan Greay metallic for you.

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2 Comments

  1. You couldn’t find and an arc because… they don’t do the linear-arc-aero deal anymore, although I wish they did. US market has base and Aero only now. Remember? I guess the guys who typed this up goofed?

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