Saab Puts Swedish Style Into Motability Choices

Saab 9-3 Sport Saloon

Saab 9-3

Stylish Saab has joined the Motability scheme, bringing affordable premium segment cars into the scheme for the first time.

Those eligible for the Motability scheme, which currently supplies nearly 400,000 cars to people with disabilities, have a range of Saab 9-3 models to choose from.

The Saab choice begins with the base 1.8 litre model, packed with items like air conditioning, all-round electric windows, Saab active head restraints, six airbags - front, side and roof - a follow-me-home headlamp delay function and an array of Saab technology for excellent handling and safe driving.

In Linear trim, there is the stunning, award-winning convertible, and an automatic transmission saloon. The saloon is also available with the new 49.6 mpg 1.9 litre diesel TiD engine.

Advance payment for DLA (disability living allowance) holders opting for the most popular three-year contract hire lease starts at just £1399.

Published 18 February 2005 Melanie Carter

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