Saab started out in 1937 as an aeroplane manufacturer. After the Second World War, the market for military planes lessened and so they looked for a new production avenue. After almost five years of research and several prototypes, Saab's first production car - the Saab 92 - was born. The company officially launched the car in 1949.
Whether business or pleasure, Saab owners across the world will testify to the quality and performance of their cars without a doubt.
Saab ceased production of cars in 2011.
Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Saab models. This also includes an average car insurance price for each car across different age groups. These prices are an average based on all specifications of that model, and all our customer quotes from 1/1/17 – 30/06/17. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.
The 9-3 is the Swedish company’s entry-level model, and is classed as a compact executive. This puts it in the same league as the BMW 3 series and Mercedes C-Class. It’s a nice alternative to the mainstream that also comes at a lower price if bought used.
The Saab 9-3 typically sits in the higher insurance group range. Because of this, your insurance costs could be higher, depending on how powerful your 9-3 is.
On average, if you’re between 56 and 60 you could get insurance for around £441*.
|Specification||Typical insurance Group**|
|Saloon (02 - 11)||1.8 - 2.8||18 - 41||C - M|
|Convertible (03 - 11)||1.8 - 2.8||25 - 40||E - M|
|Sportwagon (05 - 11)
||1.8 - 2.8||18 - 41||C - M|
|X (09 - 11)||1.9 - 2.0||28 - 30||E - L|
Available as a saloon or an estate, the 9-5 is a large executive car in the same class as the BMW 5 series and Jaguar XF. As you might expect, it comes at a much lower cost if bought second hand.
If you’re looking for insurance on the 9-5 you could get cover for around £843* if you’re aged 31 – 35.
|Specification||Typical insurance group**|
|Saloon (10 - 11)||1.6 - 2.8||24 - 38||D - L|
||1.6 - 2.8||24 - 38||D - L|
This second generation luxury model is a front-wheeled-drive compact car.
If you’ve still got a Saab 900 or looking to buy one second-hand you could get insurance for around £444* if you’re aged 31 to 50 years old.
|Specification||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Hatchback (93 - 98)||2.0 - 2.5||21 - 39||-|
|Coupé (94 - 98)
||2.0 - 2.5||29||-|
|Convertible (94 - 98)
||2.0 - 2.5||27 - 31||-|
**All data sourced from Parkers.co.uk