The last serial Saab will be auctionedOctober 8, 2019
The 9-3 Aero Turbo4 sedan rolled off the assembly line in 2014 and to this day has been one of the exhibits at the brand’s museum.
Swedish auction house “Bilweb Auctions” put up for auction the latest copy of Saab 9-3. This sedan, which was stored in the Museum of the brand on the territory of the scientific and technical center of the former NOHAB factory in Trollhattan, was released in 2014. In that year, in just a few months, only 420 cars left the assembly line, the last of which they intend to sell at auction.
A year after the automaker filed for bankruptcy, the assets of Saab were bought by the Swedish-Chinese holding company NEVS. It was under his leadership that the party was released. But mass production failed to be established.
For all this time, such a Saab managed to “run over” only 66 66 kilometers. 350-450 thousand Swedish crowns are going to help out for this “lot”.
The latest Saab 9-3 Aero Turbo4 is equipped with a 220-horsepower two-liter gasoline turbo engine, working in tandem with 6AKPP. Such cars were produced by the new owner of Saab NEVS holding in the period from 2013 to 2014. They differed from previous models in body color (the choice consisted of only two options: white or black), a logo and chairs.
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