The Saab 9-5 was available with sedan. The sedan's drag coefficient is 0.29, aerodynamically. The model was offered with the Saab's B205 & B235 straight-4 engines. From 2002, Opel Ecotec X22DTH 2.2 diesel engine (Saab D223L) was offered, and was replaced in 2006 by Fiat's 1.9 JTD 16V diesel straight-4. The 9-5 was available with an Aisin AW 4-speed automatic transmission from 1997 to 2001. A five-speed manual transmission is fitted as standard to the base models and the Aero. Saab's Active Head Restraints (SAHR) which moved up and forward to prevent whiplash when the car was struck from the rear, was introduced in the model. The Saab 9-5 was one of the first cars to have extensive side-crash protection.
Saab 9-3 is a compact executive car was based on the GM2900 platform and later changed to the GM Epsilon platform. It featured revised styling with some models receiving a black rear spoiler and removed Saab's trademark centrally mounted "snow flap". 9-3 was available with a new variant of the B204 engine (B204E, 154 hp (115 kW)), a low pressure turbo (LPT) engine based on the B204L used in the last generation Saab 900. The 2000 model year saw a revision from SAAB's Trionic T5.5 to Trionic 7 engine management system. The T7 based engines were the B205L with 185 hp (138 kW) and the B205R HOT engine with 205 hp (153 kW).
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