Used Saab Bumper Rear Lower Spoilers
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About Bumper Rear Lower Spoilers
Bumpers come in a variety of styles and shapes, dependent on the make and model of the car and can be added to and customised in a number of ways.
The Saab rear bumper lower spoiler is an aerodynamic feature which is designed to block and redirect airflow as the car is travelling, directing a steady flow of air to increase the downforce, reducing drag, enabling the car to travel faster and improving fuel efficiency
Rear bumper lower spoilers can be manufactured from a number of materials, including fibreglass, ABS plastic, silicon and carbon fibre.
Many car owners choose to fit a rear bumper lower spoiler when personalising their vehicle. Although the rear bumper lower spoiler can function to assist with the aerodynamics of a car, it is often fitted for aesthetic reasons and is a popular design feature when customising a car. Bumper spoilers can be fitted with a bumper splitter which functions to further increase downforce, which improves the overall stability and handling of the car, and further reduces drag by steadying and channelling the airflow around and under the Saab rear bumper lower spoiler.
If the rear bumper lower spoiler needs replacing, it's advisable to buy a new or replacement part that has been manufactured to fit the make, model and year of car. By replacing this part with a Saab bumper rear lower spoiler you can be certain to get a compatible match with the make and model of your car.
- The Saab 900 was built between 1978 and 1993 and is the best selling Saab ever. In that time, it sold a total of 980,817 cars, around half of which were the convertible model. They can still be seen on UK roads very regularly.
- The Saab 92 was the first production car to put the petrol tank in between the rear wheels. They did this to improve driver safety, and it helped with balance too.
- If you were buying yourself a Saab before 1952, you had the colour choices of green, green, and… green. It wasn't until 1952 that Saab started offering other colours for car buyers.
- There was lots of controversy over the Saab 93 in Sweden. Not so much the car itself, but the marketing for the vehicle clearly showed a young couple in bed together, but the woman wasn't wearing a wedding ring. Complaints poured in from shocked Swedes, and Saab hastily added a wedding ring.
- The Monte Carlo Rally is always a big deal, but the first Saab to win the event was in 1929, with a Swedish-born woman behind the wheel. Greta Molander went to take the Ladies Cup in a Saab in 1952.