The number of cars sold by Saab in April 2011 is more than than double the volume sold for the same month last year. Sales last month totalled 489 units which is a 101% increase compared to the same time last year.
For the first four months of 2011, total sales are 77.7% more than 2010, a greater gain than the 73.5% rise which was posted for the first quarter.
Saab sales have increased each month over the last nine months, compared to the previous year.
A major influence on the success is the Sabb 9-3 range, with 1.9 litre twin-turbo diesel manual engine, which delivers CO2 emissions of 119g/km.
This month sees an enhanced MY12 Saab 9-3 range, which offers more efficient petrol engines with direct injection, variable valve timing and twin-scroll turbo charging.
This month will also see the launch of the Convertible model, and later on in the year, the Saab 9-5 Sport Wagon and 9-4X crossover will be launched.
"With new products coming on stream backed by competitive finance packages, and a strong and loyal dealer network in place, we are in great shape to continue the growth of Saab in the UK," says Saab Great Britain Managing Director Charles Toosey.
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