Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2001 18:59:05 -0600
From: "Norm Boyce" <normbnopsamties.com>
Subject: Re: Saab's Suck in Comparison To Competition


No offence to the 9000 owners. But I have always owned 900's. Found them to be more sportier and more reliable than the 9K"s. I currently own a 94 900s coupe. To everyone's amazement I am going to make this statement "Never been in the shop", and I bet it never will. Sorry you had a bad experience with the 9K. My question to you is, did you bring up your findings to the dealer. And if so, What was the dealers response. Just curious. Norm B 85 900S 3 door 94 900S 3 door coupe buying a 86 900 turbo (also 3 door) "ECHJR" <edwardnopsamam-unicity.net> wrote in message news:N3wp6.4169$oz.408107nopsamread1.prod.itd.earthlink.net... > I drove a new Sabb 9-5 Aero last week in my quest for a new sedan. > The engine is fast, but noisy... > The interior is somewhat comfortable, The seats are too flat. > The torque steer is lame.. > The raquet on the highway is unbelieveable for an upper end vehicle. > Brakes didnt feel so hot. > > I have a friend who has a 98 900 SE convertible and the thing only has > 36K miles on it, but it idles rough (even warm) and over bumps the damn > thing shakes > like every piece is held with glue. > > It seems like GM has their hands too deep into the world of Saab because > quite honestly the thing resembles some fit and finish of a rental Malibu I > drove a couple months ago. > > Nothing personal, and while I respect Saab's legacy, I think that as of now > they have falling back with respect to technology, quality control, > and value. > > I decided to go with a 01' E320.. While a little bit slower (much heavier) > and > about 7K more expensive.. the quality differences are tremendous. > > > > > > >

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