The Saab 900 NG Convertible : 1995 – 1998

Posted on 03. Dec, 2008 by in 1990-1999, 900 NG

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Photo Credit: Saab Automobile

The new generation Saab 900 Convertible debuted in 1995 as a continuation of the model lineup from the NG 900 that debuted a year earlier.

The NG900 Convertible is more than 70% more structurally ridid than the previous 900 convertible and was also styled by Einar Hariede and built in Uusikaupunki, Finland.

The fisrt year for the production of the convertible took place in 1995, a year after the last 900 convertible, and the production for the ng 900 convertible ended in 1998.

This model for Saab came equipped with the following specifications:

Exterior: Semi Unitary Construction, cloth hydraulic top, same exterior design as NG900 coupe.

Interior: Entirely New Interior Dash, cabin, seats came in cloth and leather with center-mounted ignition.

Chassis: Macpherson struts, split lower wishbone suspension and stabilizer bars. Rear semi-rigid axle with inner and outer stabilizer bars, coil springs and gas shock absorbers with ABS brakes.

Engine: Transversely mounted 16-valve 4-cylinder engine, with cast iron block and aluminum head, also a transversely mounted six-cylinder engine.

2.0i – 133hp
2.0 Turbo – 185hp
2.3i – 150hp
2.5i V6 variants – 170hp

Transmission:

5-Speed
4-Speed Automatic

Dimensions:

Wheelbase 102.”
Front Track 56.9″
Rear Track 56.8″
Turning circle diameter
Length 182.6″
Width 67.4″
Height 56.5″
Performance Max Speed 132mph
Acceleration 0-60 mph

Global Production:

Model Year – Units

1995 MY – ?
1996 MY – ?
1997 MY – ?
1998 MY – ?

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