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The Saab 9-7X is combination of blocky good looks, Saabesque design cues, improved handling and ride quality, a finished and comfortable interior, with reasonable power and fuel economy. The Saab 9-7X is available in six-cylinder and V8 versions, delineated and distinguished by displacement badges on the decklids and wheel/tire combinations. There are no other trim levels and no other external differentiation. The V8 version adds a limited-slip rear differential and is good for towing up to 6500 pounds. Safety features that come standard on both versions includes six airbags: front, side-impact, and side curtain. Also standard: all-wheel drive, StabiliTrak yaw control, anti-lock disc brakes, rollover sensing, and knee bolsters. For 2007, the Saab 9-7X receives OnStar and a tire pressure monitoring system.