Saab 9000 production

I’ve only got annualised Saab 9000 production figures up until 1996, but as they were only made for two years after that we can include 1997 and 98 together and it won’t be so exaggerated.

The vast majority of pre-97 Saab 9000s were produced in Trollhattan. There were a handful (30) produced at Malmo and 8,269 produced at Nystad. In total, there were 503,087 units of the Saab 9000.

According to my production figures, the 9000CC was the most common version built. There were 216,385 units of the 9000CC produced between 1984 and 1996. I’m pretty sure the source I’m using counts all the first generation Saab 9000s as a CC model in these statistics.

The 9000CD sedan saw 110,617 units produced and the 9000CS hatchback (incl the Aero) saw 149,344 units produced between 1984 and 1996.

Annual production is as follows:

1984 – 470 units
1985 – 13,721 units
1986 – 34,816 units
1987 – 49,081 units
1988 – 52,199 units
1989 – 49,556 units
1990 – 45,648 units*
1991 – 45,533 units*
1992 – 45,906 units*
1993 – 37,384 units*
1994 – 32,196 units
1995 – 36,844 units
1996 – 32,992 units
1997 and 1998 – 26,741 units

* – In these years there were actually more Saab 9000s produced than Saab 900s and total Saab production for those years never got above 90,000 units.

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