Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2001 13:43:21 GMT
From: Just Bob <uctraingnopsamanet.com>
Subject: Re: ANY Reliability Problems with 9.3 series???


On Sun, 30 Sep 2001 13:26:47 +0100, Peter T Davies <peter.cheznousnopsamorld.com> wrote: >Hi >Any known reliability problems with Saabs in general and the 9.3 >series in particular. Can I afford to change my loyalty from the ultra >reliable Toyotas to Saab and expect the same build quality. >Thanks >peter Saabs are reliable, but no European car approaches the Japanese model of "never did anything to it but changed the oil, tires, and brakes". Then again, Japanese cars just don't have the same feel, so you make a decision based with both facts in mind. Parts are also more costly for European cars just because they are from Europe. For example, you can buy the same interior light bulbs for an "American" car for half the amount they charge for the same bulb form the same company in a package that says "European". Or, down at Sears, they charge 25% more for a battery that fits European cars, they call it "International". Just Bob

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