It seems the first Turbo X delivery for the German market has take place, with the owner picking up and driving the car from Trollhattan in order to get it straight away.
Of course, it’s not the first Turbo X to make the trip from Trollhattan to Germany. The first car to do so was a US spec Turbo X that we covered here a few weeks ago.
But it’s good to see Saab Germany giving some prominence to the Turbo X’s arrival. It’s a sign of the belief that they have in XWD being a real difference maker for Saab.
Can I suggest that anyone in the US who attended the Springtime in Sweden car show in memory of the Crisman brothers visit this blog and leave a comment as to how much you enjoyed the show this year.
I have a feeling that you’ll make the bloggers day, quite possibly her month. It’s Mrs Crisman.
Saab GB have released a new microsite for the Saab 9-3 BioPower Convertible.
After the convertible scoots down the snowy slope it’s the usual set of facts and figures presented in the usual classy manner.
Worth a look for you convertible afficionados.
My wife had a minor accident in our Saab 9000 last week. A little bit of front end damage was done.
I’ve just received the quote for the repairs to the car and I wouldn’t be surprised if we’re hunting for a replacement car soon. The quote came in at an unexpectedly high $3,300 and I’m pretty sure the market value would only be around $4,000. Ay Carumba!!
Maybe a 9000 Aero to replace it?