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I have a 2011 9-5 4 cyl premium and it is a much bigger car, with the new body style, the 2010 and 2011 only came in sedan form, v6 gets you AWD, the interior is not up to the old 9-5 standards, the seats are great and the leather is good but the dash is only ok and the "woodgrain " is a joke, it drives well and the 4 cyl is preppy , not great on gas, best I have gotten is 27 on the highway w RUG, I think the old 9-5 's were pretty close to the 9-3s bigger but you could see the same DNA, the new 9-5 are total different, parts are ok to get, body parts no idea, one thing about the new 9-5's are they are pretty rare, I have seen 2 in the 4 months I have owned mine in NJ. Also make sure if you go for a NG 9-5 you have some one to work on it, most saab indies do not have the software package to work on it, no tech 2 will work I believe.
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