Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2003 23:27:57 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <>
Subject: Re: Used Car Advice

in article, Photogenix at wrote on 16/03/2003 01:26: > Hey Grunff, > > You got me thinking whether I should hang on to my '94 900S V6. I bought the > car in Aug of 2001 on a whim. I knew nothing of Saabs, but my mechanic who > serviced it occaisionally said it was a pretty good car. > It had quite a few issues before I bought it, which the owner explained to > me. eg. tranny, water pump, belt, tensioner and other sundry items. All > fixed by the dealer. > As it now has 215,000 kms, I pretty much drive it wondering what will go > next. AC condenser is gone, as are the heated seats, cruise, and the > traction control. > The flipside is the engine is strong, the car still looks good, rides great, > and feels solid. And what's more, I think I've become a life-long Saab guy. > Should I keep this car? > I know there's alot of people in this NG who can give me valuable insight. > Sorry for the ramble. Thanks. Since Gruff has now answered, I must second his opinion. The GM 900 is a good car, just like many manufacturers of the day. Your mileage is perhaps testament to a good driver rather than the engineering though. I understand you bought your GM 900 as your first Saab and loved it. As a (now) Saab lover, I would (as Grunff) advise getting shot of the beast and buy a real Saab. The 9000s and the classic 900s are no doubt plentiful where you are. Older ones (which are very few and far between in the UK - okay, so I pass a gorgeous orange 96 about a mile away on the way to work), but you might find a good "real" classic Saab to play with. The classic 900 is a great car and I really mean "great" - you won't regret buying one. After my divorce, I came down from a "better" car to a '88 Saab 900 Turbo and I got bitten. I've had two more (classics) since and can't imagine that I won't be without one for some years to come. My Orca is just <no real words to explain>fantastic</no real words to explain>. Go on Photo' - you've got to do it! Paul 1989 900 Turbo S

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