Jun 24 2016

Saab Club BBQ at Budds’ in Oakville, hope to see everyone in attendance at the next meeting on Saturday June 25th at Budds’ Chevrolet

Saab Club BBQ 1-4pm

All Welcome!

Hope to see you all at this event, food and refreshments provided,

This will also double as the monthly meeting so bring your ideas and input.

May 30 2016

New Membership Fee

Did you know?

12 months of Membership in The Saab Club of Canada is now only $18.00!

Why would you want to be a member?

  • You will be the first to know about new club events
  • Discount list
  • Save money if you attend the Annual Saab Owners Convention put on by The Saab Club of North America
  • Access to a pool of funds to support Members who wish to attend the Saab Convention in the US (2016)
  • Access to a pool of funds used to promote Saab ownership and events for the Saab community across Canada (a club member MUST be an organizer)

The Saab Club can actually SAVE you more money than you would spend on Membership … “Membership has its privileges”!

May 24 2016

Airbag Recall on 9-3 and 9-5 – Check your vehicle at the link below

  • GM Recall #:
  • 15041
  • Date Issued:
  • 3-Feb-2016


Recall Description:In some vehicles, the driver airbag inflator may experience an alteration over time, which could lead to overaggressive combustion in the event of an air bag deployment. This condition could create excessive internal pressure when the air bag is deployed, which could result in the body of the inflator rupturing upon deployment.

Safety Risk Description:In the event of an inflator rupture, metal fragments could pass through the air bag cushion material, which may result in injury or death to vehicle occupants.

Repair Description:Dealers will replace the driver airbag inflator on Saab 9-3 and 9-5 vehicles subject to this recall, free of charge.



My vehicle has a recall, and the status reads: “INCOMPLETE. REMEDY NOT YET AVAILABLE.” What do I do next?

  1. GM is working quickly to finalize the necessary repair procedures and/or obtain parts. You will be notified via written communication when the repair procedure or parts are available. You can also check back at this website or with your preferred Certified Service Dealer.
  2. I have not received a recall letter in the mail. Can I still have my vehicle repaired?

    Yes, you can still have your vehicle repaired if the status field states “INCOMPLETE.” If your vehicle is a Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, HUMMER or Saturn you should contact a Certified Service Dealer to schedule a service appointment or order parts. If your vehicle is a Saab, please contact an authorized Saab service centre.

    If the status field states, “INCOMPLETE. REMEDY NOT YET AVAILABLE,” GM will send you written communication once the remedy is available to properly repair your vehicle, or you can check back at this website or with your preferred Certified Service Dealer.

  3. I have had my vehicle repaired by a Certified Service Dealer or authorized Saab service centre, but the recall is still listed here. Why?

    It can take up to 30 days for GM to receive repair information from your Certified Service Dealer or authorized Saab service centre. If your vehicle was repaired more than 30 days ago, please contact the Canadian Call Centre at the numbers below.

    Canadian Call Centre 1-800-263-3777 (English)
    Canadian Call Centre 1-800-263-7854 (French)
    Canadian Call Centre 1-800-263-3830 (TDD Users)
    Canadian Cadillac Call Centre 1-888-446-2000
    For SAAB vehicles contact: 1-800-955-9007 (Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm EST)

  4. Where can I find more information about GM recalls?

    To view the latest GM Recall news, click here.

    To view ignition recall safety information, click here.

May 18 2016

May Monthly meeting

May Monthly meeting

May 18 @ 7:30 pm9:00 pm

This months meeting will be at Ezone.

Open to all , we are looking for new meeting ideas and locations…after this month we will be mixing up days and locations to suit a broader membership base.

Note: start time listed is when the meeting itself starts. People typically start gathering and ordering meals around 6:30pm.


120 N Queen St
Etobicoke, Ontario M8Z 2E2 Canada


May 08 2016

Saabs at Carlisle May 20-22

Saabs at Carlisle

The dates have been moved back one week from what was originally reported to May 20-21-22, 2016. Carlisle Import & Kit Nationals is being merged with Carlisle Performance & Style to become the Carlisle Import & Performance Nationals. Saabs are always the largest participants from across the US and Canada. This is a great opportunity to meet felllow Saab enthusists, show your vehicle, exchange information and of course pick up more parts!..always a great event.

May 02 2016

Club AGM and Board of Directors Update

The Saab Club of Canada held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday April 20. Some key items covered in the AGM include financial reports and elections to the Board of Directors (BOD).

This AGM saw some big changes int he composition of the BOD. Long-time Board Member and Club President, Scott Hutchings, did not run again. Neither did Board Member and Club Vice-President Fred Hopper. Their long service to the Club is much-appreciated and the BOD hopes that their experience and knowledge can still be tapped if required.

Please welcome two new Directors, both of whom have already taken active roles in the Club and will be a great asset on the BOD:

  • Chris Despond
  • Simon Newness

In addition, three existing Directors stayed on:

  • Richard Clayton
  • Stan East
  • Ed Treijs

The Club’s new Vice President is Martin Wojtowicz. He is not on the Board of Directors.

For those interested in the constitutional details, the Vice President is elected at the AGM by the attending Club members, and does not have to be a member of the BOD. The President is elected by the new BOD at its first meeting after the AGM.

Apr 29 2016

Saabs are useful cars

I like the fact that Saabs are designed to do stuff. Mine came with sturdy factory roof racks, and of course Saab allows decent towing capacity. They don’t need a turbo to be useful cars.




We took this lot 100 km to Wasaga Beach, driving at 80-90 km/h with no problems. Fuel consumption climbed to 9.6 L/100 km though.

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