The first generation Saab 9-5 was available with sedan and station wagon body styles. Aerodynamically, the sedan's drag coefficient is 0.29, and the station wagon's is 0.31 (U.S. version 0.33), which was introduced in 1999. It features such innovations as floor tracks to secure cargo and a sliding load floor to make loading easier. The 9-5 was the first production vehicle to offer ventilated seats, as well as asymmetrical turbocharging in the case of the 3.0L V6 engine. The last 9-5 sedan of the first generation rolled off the Trollhättan production line at the beginning of July 2009, the last wagon was assembled on February 1, 2010.
The Saab 9-3 has become a real contender among the sports sedans, convertibles and sport wagons in its class. A new 2.8-liter turbocharged 6-cylinder has been added for 2006 along with an improved 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that produces 35 more horsepower last year's engine. Together, they make the 2006 Saab 9-3 a more compelling choice. The 4-cylinder option had 12.3 psi maximum turbo boost pressure and turned out 210 hp (160 kW), while the 6-cylinder had 8.7 psi boost and turned out 250 hp (190 kW).In certain markets, like Switzerland, a 230 hp variant of the 6-cylinder was also offered in Vector trim.
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