If you mean the Saab9-4x, you don't see them because sadly the production totals were anywhere from 600-800 units which includes test, show, and "not for road" vehicles. A fair amount are off the road having been in accidents.
(Plaque in Saab museum says 812, Autotrader.com article says 814, other sources had it as low as 550, although the lower number could represent the count of production units that were up for sale).
I was lucky enough to get mine new. Months before Saab shut down. I love driving every day, even though I know one small accident could mean it's totaled (due to lack of body parts)