Under ownership of a new parent, Spyker Cars, Saab Cars North America reported its first monthly sales today. The brand, previously owned by General Motors (we’re sure you know that by now), sold a total of 174 vehicles during May 2010.
Of the total, 130 units were 9-3 models, 25 were the new 9-5 and 19 were the 9-7X SUVs.
Edmunds.com says that Saab spent more per vehicle than any other brand on incentives in May. The Swedish brand is estimated to have thrown out $6,813 per vehicle on average for every unit sold.
– By: Omar Rana