Saab has long has a reputation for being a very individual brand appealing to the more discerning driver, but much of that image was rather submerged when it became part of the giant General Motors group. But not anymore.
Saab is now back as a distinctive and highly individual marque – owned by Spyker – and blazing a new trail with its classy 9-5 range. The company says the 9-5 signals the start of a new era, and that is absolutely right.
When I tested the 9-5 saloon recently, a found it a world apart from the old GM models. The newcomer is more eye-catching, has a more premium look and feel, and best of all has regained its individual persona. Continue reading