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  1. Motormouth:Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2017 | Star Tribune

    ... the oil every 5,000 miles, bully for you! Don't forget to reset the maintenance reminder, though. Q: I have a 2006 Saab 9-7X with 72,000 miles. While braking, I hear a scrunching noise that sounds like my antilock brakes are kicking in. This only ...

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  2. N12,N14,N18 common issues.Read the original story

    Apr 16, 2017 | MINI2.com

    ... September 2010, it was announced by BMW that the 1.6Turbo version of the Prince engine would be supplied from 2012 to Saab for use in forthcoming models, primarily the 9-3. However with the closure of SAAB supply never started. At the Geneva Auto ...

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  3. Most new cars shouldn't need oil changes more often than every 5,000 milesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2017 | Chicago Tribune

    ... all of the other components through the lubrication system like blood through the vascular system. Q: I have a 2006 Saab 9-7X with 72,000 miles. While braking, I hear a 'scrunching' noise that sounds like my anti-lock brakes are kicking in. This ...

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  4. 1979: The 900 puts Saab into the American mainstreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2017 | AutoWeek

    Prior to the introduction of the Saab 900 in 1978, the Saab brand was about as well-known in the United States as CitroA n; you'd see 96s and 99s on the street now and then, but it was accepted that you had to be a little odd to drive one. Even though the 900 looked something like the 99 and had the same Triumph Slant-4-derived engine driving the front wheels via a strange "backwards" installation, it was able to entice American car shoppers who might have selected a Volvo 240 or maybe even a BMW.

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  5. Better balancer can sort that shimmy outRead the original story

    Mar 11, 2017 | Boston Herald

    Q: My 2010 Saab 9-3 has a front-end shimmy at 65 to 75 mph. The wheels have been rotated and rebalanced a couple of times, and it still vibrates.

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  6. Motormouth: Choose wheel balancer that goes the extra mileRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2017 | Star Tribune

    Q: My 2010 Saab 9-3 has a front-end shimmy at 65 to 75 mph. The wheels have been rotated and rebalanced a couple of times, and it still vibrates.

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  7. Comment Of The Day: Safety First EditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2017 | Jalopnik

    ... can buy this Vietnam era M59 armored personnel carrier for about the same price? Do the answers you seek lie within the Saab 9000 Turbo? I can't tell you that. No one can. You must discover them for yourself.

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  8. NEVS secures battery supply for 9-3 EVs from CATLRead the original story

    Feb 28, 2017 | Green Car Congress

    ... battery cells, battery system and battery recycling. NEVS was founded in 2012 and acquired the main assets of the Saab Automobile bankruptcy estates. The company is owned by NME Holdings Ltd., Tianjin Bin Hai Hi-tech Industrial Development Area, ...

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  9. Abandoned Vehicle:Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2017 | Capital Weekly

    2007 SAAB 9-5, VIN # YS3ED49G173518346. If the owner or lien holder of the vehicle has not properly retrieved it and paid all reasonable charges for towing, storage and repair within 14 days from the publication, ownership of the vehicle will pass to ...

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  10. We take the Jaguar XF to the Alps for a 1,300-mile testRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2017 | This Is Money

    ... corporate cutbacks spoiled the company car fun, my dad benefited from some great examples, a Rover SD1, BMW 7-Series, Saab 9000 Turbo, a run of Jaguar XJs and then finally a Mercedes E-Class. Those led me to appreciate that the ideal companion for ...

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  11. Zombie automaker Saab could be back from the dead againRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2017 | DurhamRegion.com

    National Electric Vehicle Sweden , which owns Saab, took another step towards becoming a player in the electric car segment by obtaining approval for a factory in China that could manufacture up to 200,000 vehicles a year. The company's electric vehicle production license was approved by the Chinese National Development Reform Commission and allows NEVS to officially begin production of its vehicles, reports Green Car Congress.

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  12. Find of a lifetime: German, American, and Japanese classics rusting in peaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2017 | Autoblog

    ... Utah, a little over a decade ago. I had about an hour to kill before I needed to clock in at work, so I turned my Saab 900 Turbo around and stopped to take a closer look. It turns out the building was a machine shop that had closed down years ago, ...

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  13. SAPVoice: Why More People Are One Step Closer to Driving an Electric CarRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2017 | Forbes

    ... Sweden and employs 900 people in Sweden and ramping up their team fast in China. The company acquired the assets of Saab Automobile AB in 2012 with a vision of shaping a more sustainable future by focusing solely on electric vehicles that have ...

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  14. Tenneco Adds Dozens of Monroe Ride Control Part NumbersRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2017 | Modern Tire Dealer

    ... These 17 assemblies cover a wide range of popular late-model applications from Fiat Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Saab, Toyota and Volkswagen. The new Monroe Quick-Strut part numbers extend the brand's premium strut assembly offering to ...

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  15. Mid-engine Corvette spied, Saab 9-3 back in production, Ferrari's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2017 | BenzConnection

    ... The latest shots show a prototype testing alongside the mystery C7 Corvette thought to be a new ZR1 range-topper. Saab may be dead but its 9-3 will live on. The company that bought the rights to the Swedish automaker will soon start building ...

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  16. Not dead yet: Saab owners NEVS gets approval for a factory in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2017 | Digital Trends

    Just when you thought Saab was dead and buried, one of its last cars returns in a whole new locale. National Electric Vehicle Sweden bought Saab's assets in 2012 after the Swedish automaker declared bankruptcy, and has been trying to get an electric version of the Saab 9-3 into production ever since.

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  17. Saab owner NEVs cleared to build EVs in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2017 | Automotive News

    National Electric Vehicle Sweden, which acquired the assets of bankrupt Swedish automaker Saab Auto, has received permission from the Chinese government to produce electric cars in an assembly plant under construction in the northeast city of Tianjin. The company, in a statement , said it expects the plant will open at the end of this year.

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  18. Saab Owner NEVS to Start Producing Vehicles in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2017 | Motor Trend

    National Electric Vehicle Sweden, which owns the main assets to Saab , has been given the green light to start producing electric vehicles at a plant in China. Now that it has the approval of the Chinese government, the company hopes to eventually produce 200,000 electric cars annually at its Tianjin plant, which is currently under construction.

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  19. MPGe importance, Governator's electric G-Class, Nissan Leaf hearse: Today's Car NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2017 | GreenCarReports

    ... Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) now has a permit to build an electric-car factory in China . The company owns the assets of Saab, and has been trying to get an electric version of the old Saab 9-3 into production for the last few years. How many hydrogen ...

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  20. NEVS gets production nod for electric-car plant in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2017 | GreenCarReports

    Since it bought the assets of bankrupt automaker Saab in 2012, Chinese-backed consortium National Electric Vehicle Sweden has been working toward mass production of electric cars. But despite ambitious plans for a multi-model lineup of electric cars, the company has made relatively little apparent progress toward that goal.

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