This new Saab comes with a six-speed manual transmission.
Saab Automobile had a graceful run throughout its almost-seven-decade lifetime. The Swedish carmaker gave the world memorable models like the 900, 9000, 9-3, and the 9-5. But unfortunate events lead the automaker to its demise in 2012. Not totally, though, as NEVS took over the company to make 9-3-based electric cars without the license to use the Saab nameplate. – according to Motor1.com
This black 9-3 station wagon is listed on AutoScout24 as new, even with 90 kilometers (56 miles) on its odometer. According to the listing, this car was the last Saab produced by the company before its bankruptcy. It was brought to the Saab dealership in Pordenone but it was never sold.
The 9-3 station wagon is powered by the brand’s 130-horsepower TTiD4 Euro 5 turbodiesel engine, mated to a six-speed manual transmission. Also, the 9-3 station wagon comes with modern features parking sensors, Bluetooth connectivity for handsfree calls, proximity sensors, and a lot of airbags.
Prize is around $35,000 at the current exchange rates.