6 of 6 people found this review helpful
270K and still going
By craymorr2003 on
1997 Saab 900 S 2dr Convertible
It's been the hardest thing to let go simply because it continues to run and won't stop. The engine still has all it's pep, it's still fun to drive, got enough pep it not having a turbo, it's great on gas and if it wasn't for most of the perks failing -6 CD changer, auto locks stopped working in winter, antenna lost in a car wash and a few electronic gremlins- I would never look at another car. I bought it for 4,000K cash with 106K miles on it, and I must have known it was going to be worth it because I had to have it and I got more than my money's worth out of i. I always put premium in it, always changed the oil after 3K and send to a SAAB Dealer once a year for tests and recommendations
with the manual the ride is fun, aggressive, sporty, and well, before it was fashionable to get 33-34 miles to the gallon on the highway, SAAB was delivering in 94-98 Saab models. That 2.3l engine was beautiful and flawless
I wish Saab was still making cars...kinda felt lost after they went out of business.