I purchased my Saab with only 17,000
miles on it. Shortly after, the glass
rear window suddenly shattered while the
top was going down for no apparent
reason. Three weeks to get that fixed.
A few weeks later, I went to put the
top down, and the motors were dead.
Another two weeks in the shop. Then the
next summer, the manual transmission
would pop out of first and reverse for
no apparent reason. Two weeks in the
shop. Then the CD changer went. 6 wks
for a new one. Some things on this car
are plain cheap, like the rubber shift
boot straight out of 1970's Ford school
bus. I got rid of the thing after a
couple years, and will never consider
another Saab product.
Trip computer, accelaration
Top reliability, body intergrity,
braking, handling, transmission, CD
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