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End of the Saab Story: Saab is officially dead, NEVS throws in the towel, but plans new EVs

It seems Saab really was just a lost cause as the car company’s last hope, National Electric Vehicle Sweden, just announced to be ending the Saab automotive brand, saying they won’t use the company’s name on any future vehicles. National Electric Vehicle Sweden posed as the only glimmer of potential for Saab as the company […]

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Report: More Saab drama, as Saab AB says NEVS is banned from using the name on new cars

It seems another battle is brewing with Saab, but this time, it’s over intellectual property as AutomotiveNews reports Saab Automobile, owned by National Electric Vehicles Sweden, is banned from using the Saab name and Griffin logo for the new cars. After speaking with Saab AB spokesman, Sebasian Carlsson, AutomotiveNews Europe says the company revoked NEVS’s rights to using the […]

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SAAB gets a nice boost as NEVS signs sale agreement for 150,000 9-3 EV sedans

Things at SAAB seem to be picking up following a toss-up in various stages of bankruptcy through multiple ownerships. At first, it seemed the company was rescued from being bust and liquidated from GM’s portfolio during the 2008 restructuring, since National Electric Vehicle Sweden acquired the battered automaker to try and resuscitate it back to life. […]

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Report: Turkey apparently bought the Saab 9-3 completely, rights and all

In a total farce to everything that’s holy in the world and history of the automobile, especially with Saab’s story, it appears the entire country of Turkey completely bought the Saab 9-3, meaning all the design, intellectual and engineering rights to the car–except the name. According to Hurriet Daily News, the Saab 9-3’s entire portfolio was […]

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National Electric Vehicle Sweden and Dongfeng sign agreement to hopefully save Saab

If you’ve been wondering what’s been happening with Saab’s car division, so have we. Over the past several years, ever since Saab was liquidated from General Motors, the company went bankrupt, again, after being resuscitated by Sweden’s own National Electric Vehicle Sweden. They were even close to building a newly updated Saab 9-3, despite being the […]

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Report: NEVS in discussions for new SAAB EV factory in China

Believe it or not, SAAB just isn’t quite dead yet, after several declarations of bankruptcy and restructurings. They’re currently owned by National Electric Vehicle Sweden and since their acquisition, NEVS has been trying to save SAAB by paying off its debt and fixing the company’s potential future. According to AutomotiveNews Europe, NEVS is currently in talks […]

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Recalls: Takata announces and expands one of history’s largest recalls for faulty airbags

We are in the age of recalls where automobile manufacturers realized it was a bad idea to cut corners and budgets in certain places, and it’s costing them greatly. For instance, we just had the largest single recall ever in automotive history with General Motors and their faulty ignition switches. Now, it seems the Takata […]

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Report: General Motors has no regrets dumping Saab, Saturn, Hummer, and Pontiac

AutomotiveNews recently sat down at a press conference with GM’s current CEO, Mary Barra, where she said GM doesn’t miss any of the brands it recently discontinued during the bankruptcy period of 2008. Many GM fans have been mourning over the death of particular stablemates like Pontiac because that brand gave us one of the […]

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Offbeat: Distressed by the Saab story? NJ dealer has you covered if you’re still looking to buy one

Saab has had a very troubled past over the past several decades, with many arguing that GM killed the brand, all they way through to when it was liquidated as part of GM’s restructuring. Ever since that happened, Saab’s been struggling ever since to pay off their preexisting debts while trying to obtain financial security […]

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Report: Saab might have a buyer after all

Saab’s progress into booting back up as a mass-market automaker has been stuck in limbo after the company was originally rescued by National Electric Vehicle Sweden, only to face bankruptcy again because NEVS couldn’t pay off Saab’s current debt. As a result, more filings were filed and Saab was once again was stuck in negotiations, […]

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Saab 9-3 900 (1994-2003) Tie Rod End RIGHT Outer FEBI BILSTEIN + Warranty picture
Saab 9-3 900 (1994-2003) Tie Rod End RIGHT Outer FEBI BILSTEIN + Warranty
Saab 9-3 900 (1994-2003) Radiator Hose Upper URO PARTS + Warranty picture
Saab 9-3 900 (1994-2003) Radiator Hose Upper URO PARTS + Warranty
Saab (1979-1994) Steering Rack Boot Left and Right (2) PRO PARTS + Warranty picture
Saab (1979-1994) Steering Rack Boot Left and Right (2) PRO PARTS + Warranty
Saab 9-3 9-3X (2003-2011) Cabin Air Filter (Charcoal Activated) MANN OEM picture
Saab 9-3 9-3X (2003-2011) Cabin Air Filter (Charcoal Activated) MANN OEM
Saab 9-5 (2002-2005) Turn Signal Assembly Front Right (Passenger Side) PRO PARTS picture
Saab 9-5 (2002-2005) Turn Signal Assembly Front Right (Passenger Side) PRO PARTS