We Currently Do Not Carry Saab Engines
The Saab 9-3 [not to be confused with the Saab 93], is a compact wagon like car, called an executive car, offered as a 3 door coupe and 5 door hatchback. A cabriolet convertible model was made until 2010. The first generation was made from 1998 to 2002 and sported a wide variety of engines.
The lineup of engines is very expansive and meets the demographics of different areas in the world. It’s not an easy project determining which engine fits your car. If you arrived here looking at remanufactured Saab 9-3 Engines for Sale, call Remanufacturedenginesforsale.com right away and stop wasting time.
You may not be aware of this, but the 9-3 is a front wheel drive car using a Transverse mounting system exactly the same as one of the GM chassis. A proven and reliable system.
Almost all cars use a variation of this setup now for front wheel drive cars.
All the first generation engines were updated versions from the old Saab H engine family. Other than the Saab 9-5, the first generation 9-3 was the last to use the in house designed and built by Saab engine. All versions of this engine feature a DOHC 16-valve design with Saab’s Saab Direct Ignition. All turbocharged engines utilize Saab’s Trionic engine management system which works hand in hand with the Direct Ignition’s IDM module.
Because Saab is somewhat of a specialty car, in the event of an engine failure, the most reliable and least troublesome option for engine replacement is a remanufactured variant. It sounds scary, but the reality is when you get a solid value like this, it always turns out to be the least expensive avenue.
For generation 2 Saab 9-3 models a better variety of engines were added, such as 2 turbocharged diesel engines and 2 turbocharged gas engines, allowing only one naturally aspirated engine. Drivers are demanding small displacement light weight engines of this nature, plenty of power and good economy equal to or more than a large heavy engine.
The generation 2 Saab 9-3 also built on the global GM Epsilon chassis. A front wheel drive setup, and used 2 GM engines from the Ecotec family. Again, this proved to be the most friendly chassis for Saab to use.
Because Saab partnered with GM, the cost to re-manufacture gen. 2 engines is quite low, by eliminating hi cost unreliable specialty engines. That proved to be a good move by Saab. In the past, Saab was a difficult and expensive car to fix.
If a replacement engine is in order for your Saab 9-3, make a quick call to Remanufacuredenginesforsale.com and find out all of the advantages of a competently remanufactured engine. Including our outstanding customer service and everyday low prices. Call .