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Retro Review: Saab 9-4X Aero – Rarest Saab Ever Made

Saab 9-4x

Saabkyle04, video blogger and Also Saab enthusiast, just finished editing his review of One of the rarest cars out there – 2011 Saab 9-4x Aero XWD.  It’s very interesting to watch this and see how the perspective on this vehicle had changed a little from your 2011 review when it was brand new.

For those to whom this model is unknown, we should say that the Saab 9-4x is a compact luxury crossover SUV and 9-4x intended to replaced the larger Saab 9-7x. As with all Saabs, it features some exceptional design touches including the electronic tailgate, ice-block headlights and blacked out B pillars reinforcing its aerospace heritage…

Saab 9-4x rear eed

Rarity is a big part of what makes ths 9-4x so valuable. Built on GM’s Theta platform, this premium SUV was one of the last cars that GM made and slapped Saab badges on. It was the first and only Mexican-built Saab, and According to information at the Saab Museum in Trollhättan, Sweden, only 814 Saab 9-4X units were produced.

Here’s a rare chance to see one of these up-close and learn what makes it so neat:

And yes, The Saab 9-4X Might Be the Rarest Regular Car of All Time!

4 Comments

  • I still dont understand why GM dropped Saab. 9-4X one of the most beautiful SUVs. Looks like it was made yesterday.

  • Could have been a major seller too. Vauxhall/GM completely missed the point when they took on SAAB. If only they’d done like Ford did with volvo. Ironically they’ve been bought by citroen Peugeot now haven’t they. Maybe vsuxhall will have less boring designs now. SAB would have sat well in their line up.

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