NEWS FROM WEBSITE SAABS UNITED Today, two very happy customers took delivery of their new Saabs at the factory in splendid weather. This marks the end of a very dark period in the factory’s history: Almost three years without delivering cars. Vehicle program manager Frank Smit first told us about what changes has been made … Continue reading SAAB delivers new electric cars (thanks SAAB UNITED)
Saab Automobile Parts AB is expanding its global operations. The company remained outside the 2011 bankruptcy of its parent, Saab Automobile AB. It has continued to operate without interruption, providing Saab’s global network of Authorized Repairers, consisting of about 1,200 workshops, with Saab parts, accessories and technical support. The company has now established a … Continue reading Saab Automobile Parts AB Expands its Global Operations
For full story click here for car magazine Saab files for bankruptcy: the end of the Swedish saga By Tim Pollard (car magazine) Motor Industry 19 December 2011 10:04 Saab has reached the end of the road - for the second time in two years, just before Christmas. Parent company Swedish Automobile today announced that … Continue reading Why has SAAB failed?
Saab has filed for bankruptcy. A statement from parent company Swedish Automobile NV (Swan) said: “Saab Automobile, Saab Automobile Tools and Saab Powertrain filed for bankruptcy with the District Court in Vänersborg, Sweden this morning." “After having received the recent position of GM on the contemplated transaction with Saab Automobile, Youngman informed Saab Automobile that … Continue reading Saab files for bankruptcy: A sad day for all
Volvo Drivers Most Satisfied Amongst European Car Brand Owners in Australia - Volvo Ties for Top Position in March Roy Morgan Automotive Currency Report - Volvo Car Australia added another major accolade to its growing list of recognitions by tying for the top spot in the March Roy Morgan Automotive Currency report that ranks the … Continue reading “Not-Another-Bloody-Volvo-driver” ‘s are the happiest in the country!
TROUBLED automaker Saab hopes to restart production within two weeks after receiving orders for 10,000 vehicles and securing enough cash to pay workers, the company said. The Swedish government is due to announce whether Russian financier Vladimir Antonov should be approved as a shareholder, which would allow the production lines to roll again, the local … Continue reading Saab set restart production, pay staff after receiving vehicle order Read more:
The NEW 9-5 is safe. We test this car in a few weeks time! WooHoo! All is not well over at SAAB’s H/O in Sweden. The finance deal which saw support for continuing development of new models has gone wrong. The Chinese investor seems to have gotten cold feel. It is very sad as SAAB … Continue reading SAAB in trouble again: finance deal has fallen through. UPDATE finance now OK