Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 09:21:33 -0800
From: "wgmoore" <>
Subject: Re: Junk?

you'r absolutly right! I worked at a VW dealership and thought I knew it all--well Saab has kept me young!!!-- You can never stop learning things, and Saab has been a college education for me- and about those other models- when at VW Portland for engine school there was a class on the new porche auto adjusting clutch which hadn't been able to put it back together by lunch- so guess who would pay that bill if the car were at the dealership??? Four Weis <mweinopsamcom> wrote in message news:38B9D65A.3F4CA738nopsamcom... > You should have checked Edmund's and Kelly Blue Book first before buying a > Saab. They are great cars but they are not cheap to keep, as you found out. > The same could be said about many cars, go to the local Mercedes or Porsche > dealer and ask how much it costs to maintain one of their cars. Your definition > of "expensive" will be re-defined. > > Just one last thing - "excessive repairs" are probably due to a a "lack of > routine maintenance". As the commericals have said, "You can pay me now, or you > can pay me later!". > > wgmoore wrote: > > > we bought a "cheap" Saab and now it's an expensive saab. They just did stuff > > really differant. Their electrics are differant, their trans is differant. > > The reason people love their saab is a cult thing. Like an old movie you > > sometimes fell about your saab-"didn't we fix that before?" Everybody who > > loves them will just put up with excessive repairs, the way I put up with > > wives when they spend a bundle on their hair and it looks like crap so they > > go and do it again. >

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