Saab’s previous record for the full year of 2004 was at 20,294 cars. The Swedish carmaker said full year sales for 2005 were on target with expectations. It hopes to sell 27,000 units by the end of the year.
Saab Great Britain's managing director Jonathan Nash says: “Although we won't have the final September sales figures for another week, I am confident that we will exceed our all-time monthly sales record as well.
"The final quarter of 2005 looks particularly exciting for Saab with the arrival of the all-new 9-3 SportWagon, plus the new 2.8-litre V6 9-3 Aero performance models, and of course the extensively revised 2006 9-5 range, which arrives here in November."