Saab 9-3 convertible 2011 review

Saab 9-3 convertible 2011


The Saab convertible is now a well established model on our roads and although over the years the car has been given sleeker and added various mod cons the concept has remained the same – a soft top that can be used all year round.

It seems that most manufacturers have now gone down the hard top route, which has its pros and cons.  For instance, you may find that your insurance is cheaper, but on the other hand you could find that while the roof is down you lose a little boot space, however this is not the case with the Saab 9.3.

Many people consider the Saab to be an executive looking car and they wouldn’t be wrong as the level of specification you get as standard is second to none.  I mean, just look at what the Linear SE includes: –

-Leather Seats
-17” Alloy Wheels
– Bluetooth
-Anti Theft Alarm
-Cruise Control
-Driver Air Bag
-Dual- Zone Auto Climate Control
-Electric windows
-Heated Front Seats
-Parking Sensors
-and a load more………..

While the Saab offers reasonable running costs there are comparative vehicles in the market with a much better MPG, although when you see how little the Saab 9-3 Convertible could cost to purchase, can you really afford not to order one? 

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Andrew Kirkley
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