Saab Dealer Tour in Germany continues

The Saab dealership tour of Germany is progressing and it looks like things are going well. When we first publicised this tour, we had a commenter on Facebook asking why would even bother with it, given that we weren’t able to produce the vehicles right now? Well, things were looking rather ominous for Saab when that question was asked. This tour was launched in one of Saab’s darker hours, but we’ve always remained confident that there would be a solution, and it’s always important to let your customers get a look at your new products. Because we weren’t able to […]

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Saab Dealer Tour in Germany is underway!

For the next few weeks, the team at Saab Germany are going mobile. They have a fleet of new Saab vehicles that they’re taking on the road to show to customers in dealerships around the country. Here’s the team picking up their Saabs at the front gate in Trollhattan. Image courtesy of Tom K, Saabblog.net A couple of German Saab bloggers have been invited along to different legs of the tour, too, and you should be able to follow their adventures on both Saabblog (German) and Saabs United (English). The tour will finish on November 9th. The various dates and […]

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Saabosphere – links we linked this week

Forgive me, but I’ll start with a bit of reading I didn’t like. Analysts. I’m so over reading thoughts from analysts. Auto industry analysts in Sweden said car company Saab looked to be on its last legs. Actually, it’s analysts from all over the place, not just in Sweden. No analyst wants to be on the wrong side of an issue and everyone wants to get their name (or their firm’s name) in the paper so they look like “the man”. Right now the issue is the state of Saab and we have a massive target on our backs. Here’s […]

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