What is Saab Ng?

The first generation 9-3, an updated Saab 900 (NG), was launched in 1998 for the 1999 model year. It is known to enthusiasts as the ‘OG’ (old generation) 9-3 and internally as body style 9400. Production ended on 8 May 2002 at the Trollhättan plant and 25 April 2003 at the Valmet plant in Finland.

How long is a Saab 9 5 estate?

Brief specification overview
Miles per tank 445 miles
Insurance group 41
Road tax £340 – £585
Dimensions Length 4841 mm x Width 2070 mm

What’s the fastest Saab?

The 9-3 Sport Sedan Aero with its new V-6 Turbo is, quite simply, the fastest accelerating car ever to carry the Saab badge. In the new 9-3 Aero, Saab customers are now able to enjoy the combined benefits of turbocharged power and six cylinder refinement in a purpose-built package.

How wide is a Saab 9 5?

Saab 9 5 2.3t Size, Dimensions, Aerodynamics and Weight
Wheelbase : 270 cm or 106.3 inches
Length : 480 cm or 188.98 inches
Width : 179 cm or 70.47 inches
Height : 145 cm or 57.09 inches

How long is a Saab 93?

Saab 9-3 is available in 4 body styles with different measurements. Cabriolet variants measure at between 4629 mm (182.24 in.) and 4635 mm (182.48 in.) in length, 1711 mm (67.36 in.)

What is the most powerful Saab?

9 7X Aero
The old adage “there’s no replacement for displacement” is obviously something Saab engineers had on their minds when they decided to spice up their GM-based, 9-7X SUV. Today the Swedish automaker has announced a performance version of the 9-7X, the 9-7X Aero.

Is this the latest Saab 9-5 ng from 2011?

The Saab 9-5 NG from 2011 is one of the latest models launched under the auspices of the famous Swedish brand before bankrupt, and one seller from Sweden claims to possess the latest made of this car.

What kind of oil does a Saab 9-5 take?

Saab recommended the use of fully synthetic or synthetic-blend oil as a preventative measure. The 9-5 is available with an Aisin AW 4-speed (50-42LE) automatic transmission Saab reference FA47; from 1997 until 2001, when a new Aisin AW unit replaced the dated four-speed automatic with a five-speed automatic.

How much horsepower does a Saab 9 5 E100 have?

In 2007, Saab presented a 9-5 E100 Concept, based on the turbo 2.0. Offering a claimed 300 hp (224 kW) and 295 lb-ft (400 Nm) of torque, the Concept included the use of increased boost pressure and compression ratio.

What is the drag coefficient of a Saab 9-5?

This model should not be confused with the Saab 95, produced from 1959 to 1978. The first generation 9-5 was available with sedan and station wagon body styles. Aerodynamically, the sedan’s drag coefficient is 0.29, and the station wagon’s is 0.31 (U.S. version 0.33).