Saab was founded as the Svenska Aircraft Co. in 1937. Drawing from its airplane roots, the Swedish manufacturer started selling aerodynamically designed automobiles in 1949. By the 1980s, Saab had come to America and grown in popularity among young urban professionals, or "yuppies," thanks to the unique design and innovative safety features of its vehicles. While General Motors bought a stake in the company in 1990 and had purchased it all together by 2000, it eventually sold Saab to the Dutch automaker Spyker in 2009.
Today, Saab vehicles still carry a reputation for impeccable safety features.
Popular Used Saab Models
9-3 - The 9-3 falls into the entry level luxury sedan category, and can compete with many higher priced and better known vehicles in that space.
9-7X - While the 9-7X contains Saab's unique styling, this midsize SUV drives like a rugged GM.
9-5 - A midsized entry level sedan, the 9-5 has been ahead of the curve in terms of safety features since it launched in 1999.