|Place of origin||Sweden|
|In service||1944–1973 |
|No. built||36 |
|Weight||12.4 t (13.7 short tons; 12.2 long tons) |
|Length||5.05 m (16 ft 7 in) |
|Width||2.14 m (7 ft 0 in) |
|Height||2.29 m (7 ft 6 in) |
|75 mm gun or 105 mm m/44 Bofors gun |
|Engine||Scania-Vabis type 603 gasoline engine 
160 hp 
|Transmission||Praga-Wilson (5 speed)|
|Ground clearance||0.40 m|
|Speed||43 km/h (27 mph) |
Stormartillerivagn m/43 (Sav m/43) (English: Assault artillery carriage model 1943) was an assault gun based on Stridsvagn m/41 SII chassis, a Swedish development of a license-built Czechoslovak TNH medium tank. The Sav m/43 was first armed with a 75 mm gun, later they were rearmed with a 105 mm m/44 gun.
The Sav m/43 was used by the artillery in A9 Regiment at Kristinehamn. In 1951, they were transferred to the armored forces. With one Sav m/43 used in training, they were allocated to infantry assault gun companies with six assault guns in each brigade. They were phased out of active service in 1973.
- "Sweden". Tanks!. Retrieved 2012-05-19.
- Swedish armor – Web page dedicated to the Swedish armor.
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