The Saab 9000 sold between 1985 and 1998 to the tune of over 500,000 units. This made it SAAB's most successful and highest selling car at the time, later rivaled by its successor the 9-5 selling just over 480,000. With its boxy design, mediocre performance, and relatively high price tag for US buyers, it's hard to imagine it was so popular. It did boast an abundance of safety features, ample interior room, and decent fuel economy. While there are not many Saab 9000's still on the road, there are still many replacement and repair Saab 9000 parts available if necessity presents itself. For any SAAB enthusiast, a trip to Uusikaupunki car museum in Finland will give you a look at the Saab 9000 Convertible prototype.