Considering that old Saabs are known to run for 1 million-plus kilometres, they should be on the roads for a while yet, anyway.
When I moved here in 2001 it was a shock to find that most things cost about the same as in the UK.
Volvo remains Sweden’s favourite car, making up three of the top six models among newly registered passenger cars in 2012.
Saab, the other brand that once accounted for similarly large percentage of car sales, has disappeared from the list altogether, having collapsed despite frantic efforts to save it in 2011.
’ And I have to say the answer is a resounding yes – but don’t expect them all to be tall, blonde and blue-eyed.