More Saab 9-5 pictures




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  1. Nice job, for a Saab. It has Saab family cues but is very radical and modern. This could work…my only negative opinion has to do with keeping the traditional Saab interior and instrument cluster.
    I have never been a fan of the grated AC vent look.

    The car is proportionate from front to back, nice slope from the front rake to the rear deck. This could bring some new customers into the Saab dealership. Good job GM…..seems like most of GM’s better designs are now being sold off…..i,e, Opel Insignia, some Saturns, and now Saab.

    This 9-5 has GM quality…but its the negative connotation that Saabs are not reliable. They have got better over the years….but because most people don't purchase the conservative Saab people wouldn't know it.

    Saabs were always the young executive car, not fun and daring like their "jet heritage" would suggest. I think if you were a guy who used your car as an extension of your manhood to get hot chicks. You'd still get more ass in a Bimmer than a Saab. However if a librarian is more of your style…get the Saab!

    2011 Saab 9-5 you get a 8 out of 10.

  2. A tiny bit more modern but nothing special. It is my opinion Saab will die in North America very soon. Who owns Saab nowadays? The Swedish government?

  3. Fantatsic. It would work especially nice in lighter color, to bring out the blacked out a pillar.

    Let's just hope they don't get too ambitious with pricing.

  4. Not bad looking but not cutting edge either. I'm curious as to what the wagon will look like. I think that might actually be interesting.

  5. I think if you were a guy who used your car as an extension of your manhood to get hot chicks. You'd still get more ass in a Bimmer than a Saab. However if a librarian is more of your style…get the Saab!

    Wow. You are that guy.

  6. This is the model that is supposed to save Saab?

    HA!

    They needed something a lot more groundbreaking and …. well… less GM.

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