Saab marks the 20th anniversary of its first Convertible with this special edition
7 January 2006

On sale from late February in Vector or Aero trim, this special-edition Saab 9-3 Cerulean Convertible will be available in any colour you like – so long as it’s blue. And it’s not just the exterior: the tonneau cover, trim inserts, rear lip spoiler (standard on the Aero), door trims and door handles will all be blue.

With prices starting at £27,979 for the 1.8t Vector, the Cerulean is £625 more than the equivalent 'standard' Aero and £775 more than the Vector you get the aforementioned blueness with unique 17-inch alloys and leather.

As standard come traditional Saab virtues such as a five star EuroNCAP rating with rear roll hoops that pop up in the event of the worst, a hood you can raise or lower at up to 22mph and some of the best seats in the business.

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