What is parts for life?
Saab leaves behind a great legacy. 70 years in the automobile industry and an iconic lineup of cars. Simply because Saab as an automotive brand has ceased to exist doesn’t mean its story is over. It still has a role to play, so do the caretakers and the champions of the Saab legacy. Because Saab cars on the road today are more important than ever, they are an endangered species. That makes them precious, unique and a rare part of automobile history. We need to make you and the owners of these cars understand that too.
We are creating a campaign to educate about the importance of conservation, preservation, and diversity, not only of cars but of all things we share on this planet.
During the course of a year, donations generated by the campaign will be given to Nordens Ark, with the purpose to save endangered animals. It is our belief that there are similarities between Saab and the animals, they both need to be carefully looked after by the ones who care.
To keep the campaign sustainable and reinsure a long and healthy life for your car, we offer you a lifetime warranty on Saab Original parts fitted at our Service Centres.
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Inspired by Parts for life, Saab gives you a lifetime warranty on Saab Original parts. Treat your car and help us save endangered animals. Visit an authorised Service Centre and claim your lifetime warranty today. When your Original parts have been fitted, you will get an invoice which is used to trigger your lifetime warranty at partsforlife.com/claims
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Saab 9-3 Gen 2
You might know this streamlined beauty as the car that embodied the song Release me by Oh Laura. You should also know that in 2008 a limited version of the 9-3 was built. It was called 9-3 Turbo-X and was equipped with a 280 hp V6, AWD with a unique exterior.
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Saab 9-3 Gen 2
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