SAAB - TTiD Badge
Explaination and usages
TTiD

What does actually the TTiD badge mean on vehicles by SAAB?

Abbreviation of Twin Turbo-compressor Injection Direct. This badge marks SAAB vehicles powered by common rail turbo diesel engines equipped with two turbo chargers. It is worth mentioning that SAAB has never developed its own diesel engine, but has rather used one of the partner companies ones (General Motors, Isuzu, Fiat etc.).

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Vehicles by SAAB

acceleration

8.7

seconds

consumption

5.5

l/100km

SAAB 9-3 Sport Combi 1.9 TTiD
D - Segment (Large family car)
produced from 2007. to 2012.  

acceleration

9.1

seconds

consumption

5.8

l/100km

SAAB 9-3 Cabriolet 1.9 TTiD
D - Segment (Large family car)
produced from 2007. to 2012.  

acceleration

8.7

seconds

consumption

5.5

l/100km

SAAB 9-3 X 1.9 TTiD
D - Segment (Large family car)
produced from 2007. to 2012.  

acceleration

8.5

seconds

consumption

5.3

l/100km

SAAB 9-3  1.9 TTiD
D - Segment (Large family car)
produced from 2007. to 2012.  

acceleration

9.1

seconds

consumption

6.1

l/100km

SAAB 9-5  2.0 TTiD
E - Segment (Luxury car)
produced from 2010. to 2012.  

acceleration

9.2

seconds

consumption

6.7

l/100km

SAAB 9-5  2.0 TTiD XWD
E - Segment (Luxury car)
produced from 2010. to 2012.  

acceleration

9.3

seconds

consumption

6.6

l/100km

SAAB 9-5 Estate 2.0 TTiD XWD
E - Segment (Luxury car)
produced from 2010. to 2012.  

acceleration

9.5

seconds

consumption

5.5

l/100km

SAAB 9-5 Estate 2.0 TTiD
E - Segment (Luxury car)
produced from 2010. to 2012.  

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