The Saab 95 is a 7-seater station wagon manufactured by Saab Automobile AB from 1959 to 1978. Originally based on the Saab 93 limousine, the model’s development over the years closely followed that of the Saab 96 after the 93 was withdrawn from the market in 1960.

The car was first introduced in 1959, but as only 40 examples were produced in that year, it is often said that production began in 1960. It was initially powered by a 0.85-litre three-cylinder two-stroke engine, but from 1967 it was also available with a four-stroke V4 engine, which was also used in the Saab 96 car. The car had a 4-speed manual transmission. A total of 110 527 examples were produced.