Date: Tue, 30 Mar 1999 11:39:04 -0500
From: "George" <Bussynopsamcom>
Subject: Re: Saab 9-3 or a BMW 328i


Not to spoil anyone opinion of Saab or anything. My family has had Saabs for 20 years from the 99 EMS to my 9000 CSE-t. I have had NOTHING but trouble with the front brakes warping rotors and the like. My dealer has been through more staff then I would like to talk about. The owner of the dealership refuses to honor an X-Employees warranty with me as he said he is no longer here therefore I can no longer honor this. I have talk to the owner personally and he refuses to help me other that for me to keep his wallet full. I have talked to many Saab owners AND businesses in my area and not a one can stand this dealership or owner and would not do business with him if there were another place to buy and service under warranty. So...I am selling mine as I don't want to be a part of his group any longer! Wish you all the best. Elanchelvan Elango wrote in message <36FFFBB2.BC3A56D6nopsamracle.com>... >Hello Saab'ers, > >I'm considering buying a new car in the next few months. I'm caught up >in a debate with myself whether to go for a 1999 BMW 328i 5-speed or a >1999 Saab 9-3 5-speed Turbo. I've always loved Saab's unique character, >reliability, comfort and performance. > >Being a Saab owner (1995 900SE V6, though not the best Saab), I know how >comfortable Saabs are especially, during bad weather conditions and long >drives. Saab's instrument panels are unquestionably the best. I've >noticed that Saab's depreciate more than the BMW's and I've read some >not so good reviews on Saab's suspensions and torque steer. > >I like the richness and the looks of the new 1999 BMW 328i. I haven't >had a chance to test drive the new BMW 328i yet. But, I've heard it >drives and handles better. But, the BMW's are so commonplace and bland >in comparison to the Saabs. > >I'm sure some of you must have done some research on this. Please share >your opinions. > >Regards, >Elan > >P.S. I can't wait to get details and test drive the new Viggen. >

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