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2011 Saab 9-3 - Review

 

2011
logo OVERALL RATING 5
out of 10

Turmoil at Saab has shaken things up over the past year, and the 2011 Saab 9-3, the oldest model currently on sale from the brand, gets a shake-up as well. MotorAuthority rates the Saab 9-3 5 out of 10.

The turbocharged V-6 model is no longer offered, and the options have been shuffled around, but there are still three familiar body style: the sedan, the convertible, and the SportCombi wagon. Two trim lines are available, the Turbo4 and the Aero X--previously among the higher trims available. Both cars derive their power from the same engine: a 2.0-liter, 210-horsepower turbocharged inline four-cylinder.

Both cars also get a five-speed automatic transmission, though it's an optional upgrade on the Turbo4 and standard on the Aero X. The Turbo4's standard transmission is a six-speed manual. Both models are also available with a Haldex XWD all-wheel drive system, and when so equipped, both come with a six-speed automatic transmission. Base configurations for both the Turbo4 and Aero X...

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