The 2011 Saab 9-5 Was the End of Saab

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The 2010-2011 Saab 9-5 was the end of the line for Saab. Today I’m reviewing a 2010 Saab 9-5 to show you what happened at the end for the Saab brand — and I’m telling you what I think about the final 9-5.

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Doug DeMuro says:

You people are the lighted speedometer in the night panel of my life. 😉

Bernard Hammonds says:

the price was high due to safety… and no one pays for safety lol

Paul Cucea says:

I love his clear loud speech, witch makes it easy to understand to non native english people.

Magnus Djurberg says:

Just FYI: Saab parts (or ORIO) did the parts and most of those are still in production.

uNkLeRaRa4 says:

Would love to see Doug review the Saabaru!!

4ur3n says:

the downfall of Saab is that they were overpriced…. put in general terms.

4ur3n says:

it is cool yo, those who failed saab now work at volvo. We are safe again.

Erock says:

That night panel button seems dumb to me. why kill all the other gauges??? cant see how much fuel is left? cant monitor engine functions? stupid. If the light is to bright just adjust the dimmer switch

Depronized says:

Interesting video! Did you know that a bunch of entusiasts managed to buy the already built but not yet road-aproved wagon-version called SportCombi? At that time they were sold on auctions with no guarantee that they would ever be allowed to be driven on public roads, yet people baught them for hefty sums! And after fighting a couple of years, they finally managed to get them road-legal. I don't know exactly how, but I think it was through a custom/enthusiast classification. So there are a couple of really rare 9-5 wagons out there.

Chinn says:

The button that you couldnt figure out what it was is a back button

mathew mann says:

When the geniuses at GM take over, they simply discontinue cars…smh👎

Myni says:

thanks GM, for killing SAAB.

Rosiestar Mercedes says:

The Button below the Volume Knob is the Back Button, goodie goodie!🙂

Sebastian Bowen says:

LED light bar conversion kit and turn / break signal conversion kit. There’s plenty of parts out still for these cars.

Jx Po says:

The GM interiors were a disaster. If you want to see how SAAB made interiors, look in the late 80s to mid-90s. They are fantastic.

rolandfla says:

I loved SAAB, my 1990 SAAB 900 was one of the great cars of my life. It was weird but I loved it and wish there were more cars like this now.

david marshall says:

was that a metallica cd? 🙂

Michael G says:

I wonder if the low fuel warning is a chime that repeats every minute or so, which would explain the option to disable it? lol who knows with this car.

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