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  • What's New for 1993

    Base models are now called the CS and CD; luxury models are called CSE and CDE. Hatchbacks get more sedanlike styling that increases their length by four inches. A new Aero hatchback enters the lineup. The Aero is powered by a 225-horsepower version of the inline four found in the other turbo models.

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Junk

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Vehicle: 1992 Saab 9000

don't buy one of these. for 1, Saab is out of business so to get the parts will be more expensive then what they already are. my Saab had everything wrong that you you could think of, get 1 thing fixed and something else would go wrong. at the end of its life the transmission locked up on my wife while on the hwy which caused the front tires to lock up at 65 MPH and she hit her head off the windshield and it pretty much dropped the tranny and the bottom half of the motor right on the hwy! cost us $125 for the tow and I sold the car the next day to the scrap yard for $110 so I still lost out! the sunroof leaked when it rained, every 2 months had to have a new flex pipe installed



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Great first car for new

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Vehicle: 1992 Saab 9000

The car has 250k on it now and I still get over 30 mpg on the highway. The 5 speed trans is very easy for my 16 year old to learn stick. The leather interior is still in great shape with no visible wear. I bought it from my brother after he put 70k on it over 5 years with little or no trouble. Great car that needs a cup holder to be complete.




Wonderful piece of engineering

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Vehicle: 1992 Saab 9000

Very few problems with this vehicle even for it's age. Just normal wear and tear. Very good design overall. Happy with performance and power. It would be nicer if there was a traction control button. A few upgrades and this would be the perfect vehicle for me, all within the right price range. Holds it's own to luxury cars of today.




Best used car i've owned

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Vehicle: 1992 Saab 9000

Overall I have found that the car is very responsive...a blast to drive..the turbo is a great feature when it comes to passing those slowing you up. The main things I love are the heated seats...the huge trunk...the idea of knowning I'm in one of the safest cars on the road..Although they are a bit pricey to have repairs done.




Turbo charged

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Vehicle: 1992 Saab 9000

Over all a nicely equiped Saab 9000 with the leather seats, heated seats, climate control and ect.




What a shame - so

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Vehicle: 1992 Saab 9000

Bad news first-- Our wheel fell off yesterday - no warning lower ball joint fell out at slow speed around town. This on top of a new motor last year from an (unheard and unheard of) timing chain break which cracked the block. Replaced seat heaters twice, and needed new spark plug manifold several years ago. Once in a while the security system self alarms.



Full 1993 Saab 9000 Review

What's New for 1993

Base models are now called the CS and CD; luxury models are called CSE and CDE. Hatchbacks get more sedanlike styling that increases their length by four inches. A new Aero hatchback enters the lineup. The Aero is powered by a 225-horsepower version of the inline four found in the other turbo models.

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  • 25
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