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Soon In UK: Saab 9-3, 9-5

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Topics:  Saab

Soon In UK: Saab 9-3, 9-5

Tracy Dawson
July 20, 2006

Biodiesel vehicles are already starting to pave a way towards total popularity. In fact, it is starting to become a household buzz and also starting to gain name and fame. Many auto makers are also starting on creating biodiesel vehicles and cars so as to keep up with the trends. And the Saab brand has also been working on this. And instead of marketing this kind of vehicles as biodiesel cars, the brand has made sure that their biodiesel cars would hold a name different from the rest. And they named this new breed of Saab vehicles as Biopower cars.

Saab Biopower cars are, in essence, just like any other biodiesel vehicles. First off, they are able to run well but do not harm the environment greatly compared to the usual type of vehicles one can find in the market. Also, these Saab Biopower cars are easy to maintain for Saab performance parts are readily available in the market. They are also able to run on both E85 fuel as well as the conventional kind of petrol. Keep in mind that E85 fuel is a combina tion and mixture of 85 per cent ethanol and 15 per cent petrol.

By the end of this year, auto consumers can now find two new Saab Biopower cars available in the market. There is the Saab 9-3 Biopower car and the Saab 9-5. Both carry a 2.0 Biopower engine. But heed not for these vehicles may use a different kind of source of fuel but they certainly can speed through roads without much effort.

Orders for the Saab 9-3 and the Saab 9-5 Biopower vehicles are now pouring in. Jonathan Nash of Saab even exclaims, “We have got a backlog of orders to fulfill. Private buyers are ordering these cars, with their own money, just because they believe in ethanol as an environmentally-friendly fuel.”

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