2017 Saab 9-5 is a car produced by the Swedish automaker Saab. The 1st-generation of Saab 9-5 in 1997 as the replacement for the Saab 9000 for the model year 1998. Currently, the car is a big step forward for Saab. In the United States, 9-5 times in the spring of 1998 for the 1999 model year was September 15, 2009, the second generation presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show and production began in June 2010. It was the first Saab under-owned by Spyker Cars “is started, even if it is almost completely developed under GM ownership.
2017 Saab 9-5 Engine
2017 Saab 9-5 is powered by inline engine B205 and 4-B235 Saab, and since 2002 in Europe for diesel Opel ECOTEC 2.2 X22DTH in 2006 diesel engine replaced the 1.9 JTD 16V ram 4 Fiat. A turbo version of GM 54°, appointed by Saab as B308, has a turbocharger only low pressure asymmetric and was available from 1999 to 2003. Engine was only available with an automatic transmission, and the cars with the engine installed are distinguishable by its twin tailpipes. The V6 was available only in models of Arc, SE, and Griffin. In 2004 it replaces the V6 engine with a high-pressure turbo straight-4 engine produces 220kW. By 2006 this engine producing 260 kW, even in non-aero or non-sporting models (US).
Based models B205 and B235 9-5 have suffered a high rate of engine failure due to engine oil sludge. mainly it affects 1999-2003 models. Saab refines positive crankcase ventilation motor (PCV) for the model year 2004 and later, and requires the use of fully synthetic oil, virtually eliminating the problem. In addition, Saab created upgrade kits to retrofit the cars 1999-2003, as they can be easily adapted to accept 2004 and later systems. Mounting complaints from owners forced GM to offer a 9-5 eight-year warranty on the engine 4-cylinder models for the original owners, provided the owner can demonstrate that followed oil change intervals to products manufacturer. Saab recommends using synthetic oil or synthetic mixture completely as a preventive measure.
2017 Saab 9-5 Aero
2017 Saab 95 Aero performance (with earlier versions sometimes referred to as the hot Aero) was first released in 2000 with a 2.3T engine B235R. The engine B235R 9-5 Aero was able to provide tremendous torque and acceleration-wise better than the Porsche 911 Turbo of the same age 40-90 mph.Initially indicated as a 230ps engine, Saab later admitted that 230 kW power figure was quite conservative, with the manual versions rated 250 horsepower and more torque said. This flagship model has a long list of standard equipment, he finished a finely tuned sports suspension and body side. In 2002, a 253 hp (186 kW; 250 hp) standard engine is the 2.3 turbo fact, allowing a larger motor at 4500 rev / min torque. All models 2002-2005 Aero has an engine design and management system identical to the 2002-05 models only slightly remapped version of the ECU factory.
The high-power version 2017 Saab 95 in the final form produces 263 hp (193 kW; 259 hp) and 350 Nm (260 lb-ft) of torque (370 N·m (270 lb-ft) with its 20-second. over boost accessible in the manual transmission version of the 2006 model equipped with the end of the production function, 260 hp (191 kW; 256 hp) B235R was the standard engine in the 2017 Saab 9-5 Aero 2.3T while and finishing 2006. a designation only weapon, the 2.3T, and appointments are usually found in the Aero was through a “sports package”. 2007 Aero adds a card in the deck lid to distinguish from normal 2.3T models added. in addition, almost all standard features on the Aero was standard on the 2.3T, exceptions sports-tuned chassis, two-tone leather upholstery, wheels “anniversary” and brushed aluminum interior trim, all available as standard on Aero and not the 2.3T.
2017 Saab 9-5 Safety
Saab continued the long tradition of providing leading security features in its class, introduced 9-5 Saab Active Head Restraints (Sahr), which moved up and send it to Whiplash it occurs when the engine hit back. This feature security technology and won awards in Australia, Denmark, and the United Kingdom. The Saab 9-5 was one of the first cars to a wide side crash protection. The front seats were torso airbags and head airbags, even the oldest of 9-5s, some other vehicles in the late 1990s provide the same function.
The 2017 Saab 9-5, basic structure has a robust security structure passenger zones front and rear crumple, reinforced sills and pillars, as well as the “pillar pendulum B”, which is a low alloy high strength to collectively reach the chest and height head gauge steel blank engines, which designed forces accidents in the direction of the orientation of the ground. The design has been tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) for occupants in side crashes, even without the addition of curtain or rear side airbags. Since 2002, ESP (electronic stability control) is included as standard equipment.
Another feature of Saab was the “Night Panel”, which allowed, turning off the lighting on the instrument panel, with the exception of essential information for fewer distractions when driving at night. Once the panel buttons are active at night, the instrument panel dims except the speedometer, which will relieve 0-87 mph to 87 exceeded. If a meter is a must for the driver’s attention will relieve it. In the United States OnStar was available, and as standard equipment in the selected 2017 Saab 9-5model from 2001.