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2005 Saab 9-5 Consumer Discussions

The 9-7X SUV is just one part of the most aggressive product development offensive in Saab's 57-year history. It joins the 9-3 Sport Sedan and Convertible, the 9-5 Sedan and SportWagon and the all-whe...

8. No (9-5), Yes (9-3). The cup holder on the 9-5 is lightyears better than the piece of **** in the 9-3. Saab has heard us and made the appropriate changes to the 9-3 and it looks very promising....

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Hi lmiller. The 2005 Saab 9-5 still qualifies for General Motors' employee pricing program, so the selling price that you saw quoted for it last month is probably still about the same. GM is current...

The 9-5 is analog and dated technology, the newer 9-3 I beleive is digital. Boy, I would be pissed if I spent high 30's for a 9-5 Aero Wagaon and the Onstar is gone before the warranty is expired? T...

From what you've added it seems like either SportCombis (9-3 or 9-5) would work well for you. The 9-3 SportCombi rides on a slightly more modern platform (Epsilon) versus the 9-5 SportCombi (which is ...

BTW, the 1996 - 1998 Mustang GT's were slow. They suffered from a bad head design. They were 15 second cars and the 2005+ V-6's are quicker then most of them. Many owners have upgraded the heads, b...

probably just sent Subaru a picture of a 9-5 and said...

i purchased a new 9.5 aero in november 2004. every time it is parked for over about 12 days the battery is totally flat. it happened on 4 occasions in 2005, the first 3 times it went back to the deal?...
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