XAJ-1 - Prototype with two 2,300 hp (1,715 kW) Pratt & Whitney R-2800-44 radial engines and one Allison J33-A-19 turbojet, three built.
AJ-1 (A-2A) - Initial production version with two 2,400 hp (1,790 kW) R-2800-44W radial engines and one J33-A-10 turbojet, 55 built, survivors re-designated A-2A in 1962.
AJ-2 (A-2B) - Updated production version with two 2,500 hp (1,864 kW) R-2800-48 radial engines and one J33-A-10, taller fin slightly longer fuselage and increased fuel capacity, 55 built, survivors re-designated A-2B in 1962.
AJ-2P - Photo-reconnaissance version of the AJ-2 with array of cameras, 30 built.
AJ-2P Savages of Photographic Squadron (VJ) 62 pictured in flight on December 16, 1952.
AJ-3 - A proposed version with shorter wingspan (42 feet, folded), smaller tail assembly and folded nose (bringing the stowed length to 56 feet). This was to allow the Savage to fit on the smaller carriers. 0 Built.
XA2J "Super Savage" - a turboprop-powered derivative of the AJ Savage. 1 Built.