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2005 Saab 9-3 REVIEW logo 4/5/2017

Con: Suspension should be stiffer on Aero models, ride can be harsh over bumps, interiors lack upscale look and feel, weak stereos.

Pro: Handles well for a front-drive car, frugal yet powerful engines, generous passenger room, class-leading trunk space.

Edmunds Say: Roomy and fun to drive, the 9-3 is a solid buy among entry-level luxury cars. Just don't expect the razor-sharp reflexes and highly refined interiors of its German and Japanese competitors.

What’s New: A new in-dash DVD-based navigation system is added to the options list. The 9-3 convertible is now available in entry-level Linear trim.


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