Saab Expects To Make Business In Canada
Saab is continuing to claw its way back from the automotive grave. The company just announced that it will once again return to the land of maple syrup and Mounties in 2011. The svelte Swedish machines will be distributed by International Fleet Sales, and both Saab North America and IFS say that so far, around 20 dealers have raised their hands to sell the cars.
The Canadians will be able to sink their teeth into a total of five models once the new dealerships get off the ground, including all of the multiple flavors of the 9-3. If all goes well, the 9-3X crossover will also touch down on Canadian soil, along with the all-new 2011 9-5.
Saab expects to be doing business in Canada by fall of this year, so if you’re north of the border and hankering for a slice of Saab-Spyker goodness, you don’t have long to wait. Hit the jump for the press release.
We present you some pictures with the new Saab 9-5, with the exterior design and also with the interior. The interior has changed very much, Saab received a start/stop engine and a big navigation system. Also at the exterior is very changed and the led tail lights gives a new air to the new Saab.