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1998 for the 1999 model year. It continued as a full line through the 2002 model year. Saab’s trademark centrally mounted “snow flap”. B204L used in the last generation Saab 900. SE models for the 1999 model year. Trionic 7 engine management system.
Astra G, Signum, Zafira A. Saab 900, which permits dousing of the instrument panel lighting, except for essential information, for less distraction when night driving. A total of 326,370 first generation 9-3s were built. The Viggen included a turbocharged 2.
The cars were equipped with a higher capacity intercooler, performance tuned ECU, flow through muffler and tip, heavy duty clutch and pressure plate, stiffened and lowered springs, firmer dampers, as well as stronger CV joints and driveshafts. The TCS was later made available in the SE line. Some colors featured carbon-fibre interior trim from its introduction to the middle of the 2001 model year. Cars built afterward came with a less expensive printed gray pattern for the dash and standard trim.
New buyers of Viggens in the U. Road Atlanta and an opportunity to dine with Saab USA executives from nearby Norcross, Georgia. Some motoring journalists were critical of untamed torque steer in low gears. Models imported into the U. 500 units were produced for the UK market. For 1999, 426 3-door Viggens were imported into the U.
Shown Here In Trionic 7 Trim. 9-3 was the last to utilise this all Saab engine design. All of the engines, other than the normally aspirated version and the low-pressure turbo, had high specific power outputs. The primary differences between the B205L and the B205R are the upgrade to the TD04-HL15T turbo from the GT17 and the ECU tuning.
Both cars were eventually introduced in March 2002, at the Geneva Motor Show. The most drastic change from the former generation was the elimination of the hatchback design. Arc and Vector forms, and as the Aero in Australia and the United Kingdom. On February 22, 2012, the final 47 Saabs were built. The final Saab was a Saab 9-3 Aero Independence Edition TTiD convertible. Note: diesel engines are not available in North America. Starting from late 2004 diesel engines are Fiat-sourced common rail units.