I've had new Audis and Acuras (all
five spd's) since '86 so I know luxuary
and performance and having a 1968 Fiat
850 conv I know about turning heads.
This sweet, hard driving, head turning,
performance/luxo conv has it
all! It's a joy to drive with torque
forever and pushed back in
your seat acceleration! And it is
amazing how many people call out, "Nice
car!" when I'm driving with the top
down. Yes, Saabs do not have the best
realiability record but when you can
buy a car like this with only 70K miles
on it for $9K dollars that leaves a lot
left over if needed. When it comes to
return on investment, the Saab 900SE
convertible "beats the street" easily!
4.75 out of 5 stars
Fun to drive
SE V6 2dr Convertible
I wasn't sure I wanted to buy this vehicle even after test driving it. It was 3 weeks later before I bought it. With a bit of luck I have a good mechanic how was very knowledgable with the saab. He told me it was a very good vehicle as far as this one is concerned. Someone took good care of it. I did have a lot of work done and was a bit of an expense but would not trade it for the world. I look forward to my 32 mile drive to work through the back roads of Chester county Pa. I love to have the top down as often as I can. I would not recommend this vehicle to those who bully on a vehicle but taken very good care of this vehicle will last another 100,000 miles. I love my saab.
4.38 out of 5 stars
Saab 900S Convertible
S 2dr Convertible
We bought this car used and it's been a
good buy for us. The car no longer is
used daily for work but daily for local
trips. We wished we had bought a turbo
charged or V6 engine. The plain 4
needs more power. In the 36,000 miles
we had the car, only the fuel pump has
4.88 out of 5 stars
6 or 8 cyl. - It Makes a Difference
S 2dr Convertible
I have driven SAABs more or less steadily since the 1970's. I love the feel of the car, and the used ones are cheap compared to the quality. But when I went to buy one a couple of years ago, I was warned not to buy the V6. And from the reviews here, I would say that was right advice. My 4-cyl. convertible at 120,000 miles just lost its clutch cable. Other than that, it has been a champion. I love how it corners and how it feels on the road, and I love the mileage: I get over 32 mpg on road trips and 26-7 in town. I spent $400 to get the top adjusted, and it works without a hitch now. Only problems: shift lever knob came apart, glove compartment lock failed, and seat lever cables broke.
The Used 1995 Saab 900 Convertible is offered in the following styles: SE V6 2dr Convertible, SE Turbo 2dr Convertible, and S 2dr Convertible.
Pre-owned Saab 900 Convertible models are available with a 2.5 L-liter gas engine or a 2.0 L-liter gas engine or a 2.3 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 185 hp, depending on engine type.
The Used 1995 Saab 900 Convertible comes with front wheel drive.
Available transmissions include: 5-speed manual.
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