2011 Saab 9-3 Review
Pros & Cons
- Supportive front seats
- wagon's expansive cargo area
- variety of body styles.
- Underwhelming power and fuel economy
- subpar cabin materials and build quality
- tech features are missing or antiquated
- ride can get rough
- still on the pricey side.
List Price Range
$12,900 - $13,000
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Edmunds' Expert Review
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2.0T 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6M)
Disagree with reviewers - know the new one is coming but a great deal with 0.0 financing sold me. First interior - yep - radio is a generation old and was plucked from the Suburban but sound quality is good and there is a jack. No gaps in my interior - all tolerances are close and materials are good quality. Car is quick with little torque steer - steering is spot on and ride is comfortable. Brakes are superb. Gas mileage is GREAT much better than expected. I have some trips with 35+ on the highway. Would have liked power seats on the passenger side. Bluetooth is basic but works well with android phone. Headlights are good as well. Manual 6 speed can be a little notchy.