Saab 9-3 Coupe 2001 posters

Saab 9-3 Coupe

The Saab 9-3 is a compact executive car developed and originally manufactured by the Swedish carmaker, Saab. It was powered by the GM2900 platform before being replaced by the GM Epsilon platform. The GM Epsilon platform was also used by other models such as the Opel Vectra and Cadillac BLS. National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), the last owners of Saab, only assembled the 9-3 sedan before filing for bankruptcy after a few individual units. Starting from the 1998 model year, the model was called the '93' as part of the '9-3' family. First generation (1998-2002/3) The first edition of the 9-3 was an improved Saab 900 (NG) first released in 1998 for the '99 model year. This particular generation of the 9-3 was internally known as body style 9400, and it remained sold until the 2002 model year. The only model to be released for the 2003 year was the convertible version. Salient changes included a revised suspension, improved styling with some models receiving a black rear spoiler, and the incorporation of side impact airbags with head protection and active headrests. It was available in different body types such as three or five-door hatchback and two-door convertible. This was also the last model to feature the Saab H engine. Similarly, it also passed the Saab signature moose test.

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