Date: Sat, 24 Jul 1999 01:02:52 -0400
From: WANG <>
Subject: Re: Where are saabs made???

That answer best fits the question, "Where are Saabs assembled???" My '97 900S has a normally aspirated 2.3 liter "Saab" engine which is built in Germany, and, excuse this driver fanatics, a four speed automatic built in <<gulp!>> Japan. So much for the 'Swedish' myth... But I don't mind - the car works great. Leroy Curtis wrote: > > In article <>, Brad Schroeter > <> writes > >I hope i dont sound retarded...I know saabs are swedish and have alot to do > >with Trollhattan but exactly what is there name of county, town, or state > >they are made and produced in... > > > Trolhatten is a town in the province of Alvsborgs Lan, Sweden. It is > located some 45 miles north-east of Gothenburg. > > Convertibles are built by Valmet at a factory in Uusikaupunki, near > Turku, Finland. Valmet also builds Porsche Boxsters, and used to build > the Vauxhall/Opel Calibra. > -- > Regards > > Leroy Curtis > > Please replace "nospam" with "baram" in my address if you wish to > reply by Email

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