2009 SAAB 9-5 review
Chanandeler Bong

Campina, Romania

#1 Nov 6, 2006
"The Aero X concept presented by SAAB recently has been highly appreciated and is said to represent the new design direction of the Swedish manufacturer. One of the first vehicles to benefit from a “transplant of the design” from the Aero X will be the next generation SAAB 9-5. Benefiting from the flagship status, the new 9-5 will get a special development care and will carry the mission of making SAAB profitable again. A first encounter with the new 9-5 is expected not sooner than 2008..."

This is from an exclusive review on the 2009 new 9-5 model from SAAB. You can find info about it's design and performance, history and competition, and also view a photo gallery and artist's impressions.

Read the whole article here: http://www.topspeed.com/cars/saab/saab-9-5-ar...
SaabGuy

Rancho Cordova, CA

#2 Jun 12, 2007
I hope Saab isn't planning to put those ghetto clear lens taillights on the 2009 9 5s as they have with the 2008 9 3s. It's so '90s rice rocket. Even Lexus is going back to a red taillight treatment.

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