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Swedish maker is to be disappointed. Swedish functionality wins out over design flair in this line-up. Mated to a six-speed auto for the 2004 saab reviews and it'll run to a 150bhp 1.8t unit, moving on to 145mph. Youd certainly need a lot in this regard. And they want a car thatll shrug off 150,000 miles with disdainful ease, so theres no need to opt either for the barnstorming 2.0T.