Saab Body Kits & Ground Effects

    About Saab Body Kits


    We miss Saab, and their quirky Swedish cars. But there are still plenty of Saab owners around, and we’re here to sell you all the Saab Body Kits you can possibly need. Don’t feel abandoned, because here at CARiD we have the best supplies in the industry providing us with the best aftermarket body parts. That’s outfits like Pure, T5i, Remin, and Duraflex. Add a factory-style rear lip spoiler, or a full-on ground effects kit to your older Saab. Materials like Duraflex, ABS, fiberglass and even carbon fiber keep popping up on our pages, because they are the best.

    Make your Saab even more of a standout on the street than it was the day it was made. You can find a way to make that Swedish misfit uniquely your own and uniquely great! Celebrate difference! Be different! Make over your Saab with a body kit from CARiD.

    To appreciate a body kit and the benefits it delivers, you have to try it. It's the only way how you can realize how much the look and handling of your vehicle have improved. One-of-a-kind style created by the exquisite curves of the body kits that we offer will never leave you indifferent. Manufactured from carbon fiber, fiberglass, and polyurethane composites, our custom body kits provide world-class quality and radically new appearance. Still in doubts? Read over 8 body kit reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and let us help you change the look and feel of your vehicle.



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    There are body kits that are very carefully designed to control the airflow around the car, and there are body kits made to give the car a racing look, a look that not necessarily is more aerodynamic than the original but gives a performance character to the vehicle. It is more a choice between a kit that provides the best look per dollar and a kit that provides the best performance with cost being of little importance.

    Customer Reviews
    4.5(4.5)
    2008 Toyota Highlander
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    "Took several hours to install, since I followed the directions to a tee. I did not want to take any chances with my wife's new truck. Had to do a little drilling underneath, but no big deal. If you're handy with tools you can do it. Only one tiny hole would be seen, at the bottom corner of the back door, if I ever took the body kit off, and it's small enough to be plugged. Everything came together and fit perfectly. The truck now looks great! I love it."

    4.5(4.5)
    2011 Hyundai Sonata
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    "The moldings I received were better quality than I thought they would be. They were installed easily and look sharp on the car."

    5(5)
    2009 Toyota Venza
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    "I installed the part on my 2001 Audi Allroad and it looks great. It was easy to apply. You would think it came with the car when new. You provide a good looking, quality product, at a resonable price! Thanks again."

    5(5)
    2007 Toyota Camry
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    "The bumper guard was installed very easily and is of a high quality material."

    5(5)
    2011 Hyundai Sonata
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    "No one is going to look at your car and immediately stare at the chrome moldings, but it's one of those things, that makes the big difference in the overall look of the car. To get max results you need to first have your 2001 Sonata tinted. Adding the chrome is the next touch to give your car the look like it's one of those crazy expensive european cars. My wife thought, she saw my car driving by because she noticed the chrome moldings (she knew to look because she helped me put them on) but it was a B-mer driving by. The instructions could have used more detail - especially with additional measurements, but overall it wasn't as hard as I thought. After I put the first side on, the other side was a breeze. I was initially having struggles and considered taking it to a shop and then my wife encouraged me by saying (classic lines), "Look, if some stoner from a body shop can do this - and you would pay him...I think you can handle this." So with newfound resolve, I was determined to put these on myself (with my wife's help, ahem). In retrospect, it wasn't that bad. Make sure you use painter's tape (the blue stuff) so the lines you need are straight and easy to take off. The style of the moldings fits nicely with the car as the same lines are incorporated with the moldings. They have a nice tapered effect and really do look as if they were always part of the car. It's not as if you're putting on some cheesy chrome strips. These are actually cool and stylish. I've seen some cheap chrome jobs and this is NOT one of those. They're solid and give the car a nice look. Now if I could only find a grill that looked just like the original with the aggressive creases that match the curves from the hood and did away with the glaring Hyundai "H" in the front, I'd have my car complete. I know, I know. I'm driving a Hyundai. I just don't have to advertise to the whole world do I? In any case, I'm stoked on these chrome moldings and if you're considering putting a little polish on your car, this may be the next hot item to spice up your car and give it that extra something to make it shine. "