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
DOHC
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
ABS

FUEL CONSUMPTION
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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