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Saab hope the new 9-5 will help boost sales, as last year sales were down 58%, Spyker who purchased Saab hope the newcomer which is the most striking Saab in years will help achieve this. Victor Muller, the new chief executive of Saab said “Now were independent, our next four models are paid for,” explained Muller. “And I am committed to returning Saab to its roots, while at the same time bringing the brand up to the level of quality and respect enjoyed by the Germans.”The new Saab 9-5 interior is taken from the Vauxhall insignia but it has been improved and adapted to fit the new Saab. You get a wealth of standard options like Bluetooth phone integration system, USB connection and profiler personal settings which allows you to customize many of your cars programmable settings such as climate system, rain sensors, parking sensors, parking assistance and anti theft alarm system so they work to your own personal setting. Purists will be disappointed to see the firms trademark ignition barrel has been replaced by a push button on the dash. Saab has also replaced the handbrake with an electro-hydraulic set-up. Inside the Saab there is plenty of legroom for 3 large adults in the rear. The new Saab 9-5 is 18cm bigger than the Insignia, its also larger than the Audi A6 and BMW 5-Series. Saab sees the 9-5 as the first step on the ladder to recovery, Spyker will also offer new Saab personalisation packages. Coming soon will be a high-performance Viggen version of each new Saab model. Rumours of a new Saab compact hatch may give rivals Audi and BMW something to worry about. The Saab 9-5 is available on lease and contract hire. For other Saab deals visit www.leasecarsdirect.co.uk for all lease and contract hire deals with free delivery, car tax, and manufacturer warranty included.