This SAAB is on it's last legs.
Although cosmetically perfect, the
engine's suffering. Although the 2.0L
16V Turbo 4 is rated at 160hp new, it
has dropped astonishingly. Up until
2yrs ago it had decent power to get
around, but recently(thanks to my
neglect) it has lost alot of pep to
the point that it's dangerous. With
the 3 Spd auto; you hit the gas and it
sluggishly creep's out and will then
stagger up to speed. I have to take
caution when pulling out to not get
into a situation I can't get out of.
Take caution when buying a SAAB, they
are an acquired taste and parts are
Exotic presence, Convertible fun,
People think it is a prestigious car.
Definitely needs more power, and a
better availability of parts. Chassis
could use a massive amount of
stiffening to make the car take
advantadge of the great suspension and
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