The Saab 96 sedan from 1961 is a classic mid-size vehicle that boasts an iconic design, luxurious interior and top-notch performance. The exterior of the car features a distinctive round and aerodynamic shape that stands out from other vehicles of its time. The front of the car boasts a large grille with two fog lights, four round headlights and circular chrome trim. The body is made of durable steel that is available in a variety of shades, with the option of a two-tone colour. In the rear, the classic vertical tail fin ensures the car catches the eye. The interior offers plenty of luxury for passengers, featuring a single row of adjustable leather seating up to four people, ample headroom, legroom and trunk space. All materials are of the highest quality and feature classic touches like wood paneling, chrome trim and leather-wrapped steering wheel. There's an impressive level of tech available, with optional add-ons including air conditioning, power steering, heated seats, 12-volt electrical system and an optional Bendix-style radio. Under the hood, the Saab 96 comes with a 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine that produces 50hp or 75 hp depending on the transmission. It can reach a top speed of up to 100 mph and achieves great fuel efficiency. The car also comes equipped with an independent MacPherson suspension in the front and rear, which provides superior driving comfort and nimble handling. The Saab 96 is a classic car that has been praised for its iconic design, luxurious interior and terrific performance.
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