Norcross, GA - "What if someone you know has been very, very good?" Newsweek magazine poses this question, and suggests a holiday gift that is guaranteed to offer an undeniable affirmation: the 2004 Saab 9-3 Convertible.
Each year, Newsweek publishes its Tip Sheet holiday gift guide, featuring a carefully chosen selection of 'perfect' gifts for this holiday season. Only one car was highlighted as the 'hottest' automotive statement for the holidays this year: the all-new Saab 9-3 Convertible.
The 2004 Saab 9-3 Convertible brings a stylish, open-top dimension to the new 9-3 range. It represents the most important advance Saab has made in 20 years of designing four-seater, four-season soft tops and is poised to re-affirm the company's leading position in the premium convertible segment.
Two models are offered: the Saab 9-3 Arc Convertible, starting at $39,995, and the performance-oriented 9-3 Aero, priced at $42,500. Both feature a 210-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged engine. Newsweek put the spotlight on the 9-3 Aero, showing a photo of a sporty model in stunning Lime Yellow metallic. The Aero includes a six-speed manual transmission, lowered sport suspension, 17-inch wheels, 300-watt/13-speaker audio system, leather sport seats, and additional exterior and interior sport trim.
The Newsweek gift guide is a compilation of the year's must-have gifts in luxury, travel, gadgets, toys, food, and more. Editors researched what's new and significant as well as stylish and fun, and presented them in a special 13-page section in the Nov. 17 issue. Newsweek prints 3.1 million copies each week, with a readership of more than 20 million.