Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2001 18:01:51 -0400 From: "winyan" <winyannopsamspring.com> Subject: Re: ANY Reliability Problems with 9.3 series???
Yes but which would you rather be driving in the hopefully non-event of a crash. I'd want the Saab. -- All of this is sacred, and so do not forget. Every dawn as it comes is a holy event, and every day is holy, for the light comes from Wakan-Tanka and also you must always remember that the two-leggeds and four-leggeds and no-leggeds and all other peoples who stand upon this earth are sacred and should be treated as such. Winyan Kenneth S. <nimrodnopsams.com> wrote in message news:3BB765DD.30AFnopsams.com... > nospam wrote: > > > > "Just Bob" <uctraingnopsamanet.com> wrote in message > > news:rn7ertoq5s5j4a8isco2us6qq1bl5r14cfnopsamcom... > > > > > Saabs are reliable, but no European car approaches the Japanese model > > > of "never did anything to it but changed the oil, tires, and brakes". > > > > Though my 900S has only 60K miles (so far so good), I also have a 1990 > > Nissan Sentra which has 172K miles and is still going strong. You are right, > > it only needed tires, brakes, oil changes, and on top of all that, it makes > > 40 miles per gallon > > I have two cars, a 1996 900SE that I bought in January of this year and > a 1990 Mazda Miata that I bought more than 3 years ago. The Saab has > cost me far, far more in repairs in the nine months that I have owned it > than the Miata has cost me in more than three years of ownership. > > I'm going to stick with the Saab, in hopes that I've reached the end of > the repairs to it. However, I wouldn't buy one again, and I wouldn't > advise anyone else to do so.