The Saab 9-5 Wagon: A Midsize Station Wagon with Front-Wheel Drive

The Saab 9-5 Wagon was a midsize station wagon produced by Saab between 1999 and 2011. The 2004 model year of the 9-5 Wagon was equipped with a 2.3-liter 4-cylinder engine and front-wheel drive. It had a manual 5-speed transmission and ran on premium gasoline. The vehicle size class of the 9-5 Wagon was midsize station wagons.

The Saab 9-5 Wagon had a combined fuel economy rating of 21 miles per gallon, with 18 miles per gallon in the city and 26 miles per gallon on the highway. The annual petroleum consumption for this vehicle was 14.17 gallons, with an estimated annual fuel cost of $3,400.

The CO2 tailpipe emissions for this vehicle were 423.19 grams per mile. However, the CO2 fuel type emissions were not available. The EPA model type index was 0, and the GHG score was not available.

The Saab 9-5 Wagon was not a PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) and did not have start-stop technology. It did have a turbocharger and could charge at 240 volts. The city, highway, and combined electricity consumption for this vehicle were all 0.

The Saab 9-5 Wagon had a range of 0 miles and did not have an electric motor. The MFR Coder and Base Model were both listed as none.

Despite its lack of advanced technology, the Saab 9-5 Wagon was an efficient and reliable midsize station wagon. Its front-wheel drive and 5-speed manual transmission made it fun to drive, while its spacious interior and cargo area made it a practical choice for families.