Who owns Saab?

Answer Saab was purchased by General Motors in 1994 from Swedish car manufacturer Saab Automobile AB. However, on February 20, 2009, GM filed for bankruptcy and is currently in negotiations to sell Saab t... Read More »

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Who owns Saab cars?

Spyker Cars NV owns Saab Automobile AB, manufacturer of Saab brand cars. Spyker Cars purchased Saab from General Motors (GM) in February of 2010. The first Saab automobile was manufactured in 1949.... Read More »

Is the fuel economy of a Saab Turbo X the same as a Saab 9-3 Aero?

The 2011 Saab 9-3 Aero is part of Saab's line of entry level luxury cars. Depending on the model, city miles per gallon range from 17 to 21. The highway ranges is from 27 to 31 mpg. The Saab Turbo ... Read More »

When did GM buy Saab?

According to the Saab USA website, General Motors (GM) acquired Saab in 1990. In February 2010, GM sold Saab to Spyker Cars NV, a Dutch maker of supercars, for $74 million in cash and $326 million ... Read More »

How to Get a Key Out of a Saab?

The ignition in classic Saab cars is not located near the steering wheel but between the gears and handbrake, for safety reasons. If your key becomes stuck in the ignition, you can usually remove t... Read More »