Saab 9-3 Sport Sedan Fresh from Redesign

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A fresh design is what Saab had in mind with the 2010 Saab 9-3 Sport Sedan. The Sport is available with XWD cross-wheel-drive technology, and a 280-horsepower engine on all V-6 models. The 2010's new designs include a larger grille, smaller side grilles, and a semi-overwrap-style hood. With the 'sport' Sport Sedan, buyers can choose an Aero-type appearance and performance package too.

The interior of the 2010 Sport Sedan has premium materials and is generously equipped with standard features like front-side window de-misters, plush carpet floor mats and plenty of storage. Along with the entire Saab 9-3 lineup, the Sport Sedan has been recognized by insurance and consumer groups for its occupant protection features, and has earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's Top Safety Pick Award.

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