Review: Saab 9-3 Sportwagon (2005 – 2011)
Comfortable. Solidly built estate with an excellent ride. Predictable handling. Superb seats and plenty of kit.
Saab four-cylinder engines should have an oil change every 5k miles. Diesel 1.9 can throw its timing belt after just 40k miles.
Saab 9-3 Sportwagon (2005 – 2011): At A Glance
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