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Saab 900 Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 2.0 L Inline 4-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 5-speed Manual
  • Horse Power 185 hp @ 5500 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 18/24 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

Review of the 1994 Saab 900

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  • What's New for 1994

    A totally new Saab is introduced with a little help from GM. The new 900 will be available only as a four-door hatchback initially, with a new two-door and convertible to follow. The 900SE four-door features a V6 engine that was developed by GM for use in its Opels. Saab gets a new optional automatic transmission as well that offers three types of driving modes: sport, winter and economy. Saab's black panel instrument cluster and dual airbags debut on this vehicle as well.

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Customer Reviews

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Addicted to my classic

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Vehicle: 1993 Saab 900

I am head-over-heels for this car. It LOOKS fabulous. They don't call it the Classic for nothing, so European. We turn heads all the time, especially when I open the hood (forwards). The acceleration is sublime and so sexy. It handles curves,mine and the road's. The sound of that engine: from the roar at the start, to the purr of its counterbalanced pistons to the whine of the turbo spooling is all music to me. Made from jets. I'm almost 60 years old and a woman, yet I now lay rubber and do a few donuts from time to time. Life is short.and I LOVE her!



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Fun car. have $$$ for

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Vehicle: 1993 Saab 900

I have owned many, many SAABS (6, to be exact). They are excellent cars. The only downside is that they are expensive to repair, even if you know how to do the work yourself. If you are looking for a fun, quirky ride that will be noticed, buy one. Just make sure you have money left over.




A fun classic, but needed

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Vehicle: 1993 Saab 900

only 1 owner, bought at 49,000 miles.Was weekend car. The stock CD/radiocombo died 2 months after purchase due to a design flaw in the amp. Only had a bad thermostat, but needs a new master cylinder for clutch. Other than that,works fine. Heats up quickly in winter.A lot of body flex, but thats a given for a convertible. Its a blast w/ the turbo, but something might be broken w/my car b/c it gets around 13 MPG currently. Excellent cornering, only problem is the low ground clearance. Reliability varies, can get 60,000 or300,000 out of various parts, it depends on your luck. Beware, if you can't get apart second-hand, a new/refurb part will cost you.




1993 saab 900 turbo 16

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Vehicle: 1993 Saab 900

This car has never given me a problem, not one, I mantain it as one should, it now has over 175000 miles and still run'like a new car, the best car I have ever owned bar none.




Recent buyer

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Vehicle: 1993 Saab 900

Excellent car if you have a love for saabs and the time and money to put into it.




Saab's get the ladies

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Vehicle: 1993 Saab 900

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 EXPENSIVE.



Full 1994 Saab 900 Review

What's New for 1994

A totally new Saab is introduced with a little help from GM. The new 900 will be available only as a four-door hatchback initially, with a new two-door and convertible to follow. The 900SE four-door features a V6 engine that was developed by GM for use in its Opels. Saab gets a new optional automatic transmission as well that offers three types of driving modes: sport, winter and economy. Saab's black panel instrument cluster and dual airbags debut on this vehicle as well.

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Gas Mileage

EPA-Rated MPG

  • 18
  • cty
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  • 24
  • highway
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