With the launch of Saab's most advanced car to date, the all-new Saab 9-5 Saloon and the arrival of the Saab 9-5 SportWagon later this year, Saab is celebrating the history of this range by giving classic Saab 9-5 owners the opportunity to revitalise their car.
Available for Saab 9-5 models dating back as far as 1998, the Saab 9-5 accessories promotion will include engine tuning kits, body kits, alloy wheels, cargo items and more at great prices.
Renowned for their longevity and durability, Saab vehicles as old as thirteen years are just as reliable as today's models. Whatever the age, every Saab 9-5 will be able to benefit from an investment in updated accessories.
Designed to ensure optimum functionality, quality and performance, all Saab 9-5 accessories are genuine Saab parts and prices include fitting where necessary.
Saab's dedicated Owners Area website, an online loyalty club for Saab owners of three years or more, offers members access to all the latest Saab news and offers, as well savings on both parts and labour.
David Leighton, Business Development Manager - After Sales at Saab GB comments: "The 9-5 has always been a well-loved model with Saab customers and we thought it would be a great opportunity to celebrate this classic model with customers by holding a 9-5 accessories promotion.
"Revitalising your car with accessories such as new wheels or fine tuning your engine can really breathe new life into the performance of your car and the driving experience, whilst customising your boot space or adding handy items such as tow or roof bars, can really help personalise your car to suit your lifestyle.
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