I love my 1986 Saab, but it is definitely an old car now with 211,000 miles on it. even though she's old, she still manages to act like a teenage girl. Sweet most of the time, but she can be a !@#$!. on the third fuel pump, the locks always break, some of the things have just never worked ac cruise control, but i don't care. in fact it makes me love this car all the more. its quirky … and fast just like a saab should be. GM took a great brand and killed it. Long live Swedish Saabs
3.63 out of 5 stars
Not too shabby
CD Turbo 4dr Sedan
Bought mine with 130000, and now it
has 150000, descent ride, good gas
milage(22 city almost 32 highway), fun
turbo, expensive but classy. Leather
seats climate control turbo good for
long trips. Expensive to fix and
impossible to repair in your own
garage. spent 3500 for the car and
about 8000 for parts and labor. Still
runs, cold starts hard, but turbo is
easy … to tune, mine has 235 torque and
205 horsepower with just turbo boost,
k&n air and high octane (98 octane)
fuel, beats any civic or integra piece
of cake, even beat an 89 mustang down
a strip. Fun car for kids, just need
a good mechanic.
3.88 out of 5 stars
S 4dr Sedan
The car rides extremely smoothly.
However, if you have to take it to the
shop beware! You will be in for a
scare. I have found that the normal
trip to the shop cost me an average of
$500. From the transmission, to the
engine, to the breaks, something
contunually seems to be going every 6
months. On the upside, the ride is
great. Very smooth, and comftortable. …
Great luxury ride. I would just
reccomend take care of the car, or it
will take care of your wallet!
4 out of 5 stars
Turbo 4dr Hatchback
Mine is a 1989 Turbo. As all Saab owners will tell you, we love the car--when it is running right. But you had better be a weekend mechanic yourself or have close ties to a reliable inexpensive mechanic you trust, or look out! My 2nd gear synchro has been cooked ever since I picked it up at105,000 miles. The speedo quit for 2yrs, then fixed itself this past year....go figure. I am … about to havemy 3rd (that's right THIRD) clutch slavecylinder ($1200) in 5 yrs and 30,000miles. Headliner sagging now. I hear another cv joint clicking (and I alreadyreplaced this one). Engine mounts ofcourse need redoing now. It's not too late, save yourself! Buy a Toyota!
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Used 1990 Saab 9000 Overview
The Used 1990 Saab 9000 is offered in the following submodels: 9000 Hatchback, 9000 Sedan. Available styles include S 4dr Sedan, Turbo 4dr Hatchback, S 4dr Hatchback, and CD Turbo 4dr Sedan.
Pre-owned Saab 9000 models are available with a 2.0 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 165 hp, depending on engine type.
The Used 1990 Saab 9000 comes with front wheel drive.
Available transmissions include: 5-speed manual.
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