We loved this car, and it saved our lives in a wreck, in Belgium. We wrecked ~ 110-120 km/h (on highway) with cement wall! and we hadn't a problem!!! The policemen, the firemen, and the ers said it's unbelievable, they never seen before it.
wow, 12 years with this ride. great
car. smooth and stylish design that
matches new models. it be nice to hid
the interior though. stapled roof,
ripped seats, and sunroof that leaks
all over you after a night of rain.the
engine and tranny rule on this car. a
good SAAB mechanic, access to
affordable parts will see this car go
well past 200K.
If you ever get the change to take one
for a test drive .. be very careful ..
you just might find yourself owning
one. That's what happened to me.
The dashboard panel makes it feel like
you’re in the cockpit of a fighter jet.
Buckle-up because this car can fly.
Also like the silver dashboard plaque
designating which of the 400 limited
edition cars is yours.
Everything on this car is special or
high performance and cost more to
I bought as an investment to fix up
and resell. Had only 3 weeks and the
ASR moduel went out. $1000 dealer
fix, 475 for a used one installed.
After all is said and done I will
probably keep it and sell something
Suprising speed and handling out of
this little baby! Its a guys car
with "all the buttons and gadgets"
CUPHOLDERS!!!!! And cheaper to
repair. Otherwise nothing else.
Underrated horsepower. Only thing
that can compete on the road 10 years
after purchase are vehicles with
Cadillac's North Star engine. Very
safe, and performs beautifully in the
winter....even drove it across the
Rockies. Interior still rivals 2002
cars with its aesthetics and design.
Too bad they didn't incorporate some
cup holders back in 92'.
Performance, seats, dash, trim,
handling. The surprise you get when
the 2.3L 4-cylinder turbo engine
throws you back in your seat when you
hit the gas. I'd like to get a dyno
test done to prove 200 hp is not
heard claims as high as 245. I would
not be surprised.
It's 10 years old,so it won’t come
with a soccer mom integrated garage
door opener, biggie-sized
cupholder,and GPS navigation unit. Oh,
it's computer does some buggy things
sometimes that can be an
inconvienece.only big problem in 10