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The Saab 900 was a compact executive car produced by Saab Automobile since 1978 up to 1998. The company automobiles have always been marked by the strong technological connection with aircraft construction and design, and the 900 is not an exception. The 900s were produced in two generations: first-generation Saabs were called “classic” and second-generation ones were described as “new generation”.

The first generation was produced from 1978 up to 1993 and was known as the “classic” one. The classic Saab 900 was based on the Saab 99 chassis, yet with longer front end to meet US frontal crash regulations. The 900 was produced in several modifications: 2-/4-door sedan and 3-/5-door hatchback. As its predecessor Saab 99, the 900 contained several unusual design features that were distinguishing it from other cars. The engine was installed “backwards”, with power delivered from the crankshaft at the front of the car. The transmission, technically a transaxle, was bolted directly to the bottom of the engine forming the oil pan.

Owing to Saab’s partnership with General Motors, the model got the first major redesign of 900 parts in 15 years for the 1994 model year. The second generation was known as “new generation” and it was based on the GM Opel Vectra platform. There were some variants of the second-generation Saab 900 available, namely S (4-cylinder, non-turbo) and SE (4-cylinder turbo or V6) models in 3-/ 5-door and convertible body styles. The special edition Talladega model was available in 1997-1998 exclusively. The 2004 Saab 900 became the first new model from 900s series. The new Saab had a front-wheel drive and a longer wheelbase. It was available in 3 modifications: sedan, hatchback and convertible, the latter was equipped with a 2.0L 185hp engine. All new 900s were equipped with 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmissions.

Within the years of its production, the Saab 900 was awarded numerous titles, the car was called Best in Class (1998), Top Car in its Price Class (1995), Best Buy (1994), and Executive Car of the Year 1994. Saab’s much loved 900 and its parts were in production for years and by the time it was replaced in 1998, there was a huge group of loyal buyers. Quality, safety and crash-worthiness were priorities for the Saab Automobile and the 900 perfectly embodied all three categories. The 900s were strong, safe, responsive and felt like they’d last forever.


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My Ride: The 1991 Saab 900 SPG, a Rare Turbo Hot Hatch

My Ride: The 1991 Saab 900 SPG, a Rare Turbo Hot Hatch

19.10.2018 - Popular Mechanics

My older brother's first car was a Saab 900. I looked up to him, so when it was time for my first car, I got the same year and model as him: a black 1991 non-turbo 900 that I picked up for $500. Six years later, I gave it to my little brother, and...

1989 Saab 900 Turbo for sale: The great Swedish powerhouse

26.10.2018 - AutoClassics

The Saab 900 range succeeded in all sectors. Effectively an upgraded 99, incorporating a new dashboard and elevated price tag, the handsome 900 took little time in winning over critical voices from the automotive press. Hitting the market in 1979, the...

This Saab 99 Survivor Could Make the Perfect First Car for an Enthusiast

This Saab 99 Survivor Could Make the Perfect First Car for an Enthusiast

06.11.2018 -

The 99 was the predecessor to the much more popular Saab 900, and it shows. It has similar body lines, a similar fascia, and that same iconic notched rear section. Power gets to the front wheels via a 1.7-liter inline-four going through a manual...

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You'd Never Believe Two Pals Designed and Engineered This Sports Car Themselves

23.10.2018 -

Especially since he was good friends with Tom Tjaarda, the designer whose portfolio includes the Ferrari 365 GT California, DeTomaso Pantera, and the Saab 900 four-door, among dozens and dozens of others. Giacobbi engineered the chassis, a backbone...

The Return of the Aeroback Sedan

The Return of the Aeroback Sedan

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The liftback Accord offered a nearly perfect combination of style and function; it didn't have quite the interior spaciousness of a three-door Saab 900 but it wasn't far off and it cost much less while delivering much more in terms of economy...