Saab 9-5 2.3T 16V Aero 250hp

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Saab 9-5 2.3T 16V Aero 250hp review

In 1997, the Saab company launched production of new car of business class, which was named Saab 9-5. The severity and attractiveness of Saab 9-5 Aero could not leave anyone indifferent to the exterior of the car. A long hood and straight lines on the body resembled distantly a direct rival, BMW 5 Series. One of the advantages of the Saab 9-5, in addition to the powerful sound engines and high security, has become an excellent aerodynamics. The coefficient of drag "Saab 9-5" equals 0.29 to 0.31 for the sedan and wagon to that is an incredible rate for cars in this class. More specs and user manual of Saab 9-5 Aero you can see in next overview.

Saab 9-5 2.3T 16V Aero 250hp

Saab 9-5 2.3T 16V Aero 250hp specifications

General information
Year of release: 1999 - present
Body type: Sedan
Doors: 4
Seats: 5
Curb weight: 1540 kg.
Total weight: 2110 kg.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 2290cc
Power: 250hp @ 5300 rpm
Maximum torque: 350Nm @ 1900 rpm
Nutrition Distributed injection
Number of cylinders: 4
Bore x stroke: 90mm x 90mm
Valves per cylinder: 4
Compression ratio 9.3

Chassis and dimensions
Length: 4810 mm
Width: 1790 mm
Height: 1450 mm
Wheelbase: 2705 mm
Track front/rear: 1520mm/1520mm

Chassis and dimensions
The front desk Depreciation
The rear damper strut
Tire size 205/65 R15
The size of the disc has no data
Type of Gear-rack
The minimum diameter of 9.9 meters turn
Power Amplifier

Transmission type
Drive Front
Gearbox (meh): 5
Gearbox (automatic): 4
Ratio main pairs 4.5 (2.51)
Front ventilated disc
Rear Disc

Urban cycle liter. 100 km. 14.8 liters. (15.3 liters).
Country cycle liter. 100 km. 6.8 liters. (7.1 liters).
Mixed l cycle. 100 km. 9.8 liters. (10.1 liters).
Fuel AI-95
Fuel tank capacity 70 liters.
The maximum speed: 250 km/h
Acceleration time from their seats: 100 km/h

Saab 9-5 2.3T 16V Aero 250hp
Saab 9-5 2.3T 16V Aero 250hp

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