Late arriving, but it’s good to see the Saab 9-5 back

Saab devotees have been waiting for a replacement to the 9-5, the company’s largest saloon model, for several years.

27th November, 2010

Saab devotees have been waiting for a replacement to the 9-5, the company’s largest saloon model, for several years.

In truth, all the car’s basic elements have been in place for a while, but the financial crisis faced by previous owner General Motors held up the manufacturing process.

All was resolved last February when Saab was sold to Dutch specialist auto manufacturer Spyker and a new company, Saab Spyker Automobiles, was...

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