Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2003 21:36:21 -0500
From: KeithG <>
Subject: Re: 9000 Body shape - sources of information?

The CS body style started in '93. The '93MY is a bit of an oddball, though. It has the later body style and the earlier engine management system. Also steer clear of the TCS/ETS cars. This is the traction control system. I would suggest 94+ and make sure you get one with a turbo and without the v6 and without TCS. I had a '95 and was very pleased until it got totaled (rear ended). I now have a '97 and am very pleased. This is all on the Saabnet site, but sometimes difficult to figure out. KeithG Dima wrote: > Hello, > > I am looking to buy a '93 9000 Aero. This will be my third Saab. I seem to > be going backward in time; I started with a '97 NG900 (RIP), then bought a > '91 C900, and now am looking at '93 9000. Seems like the right direction to > me, though. > > Now to the point - I have been trying to research the history of 9000's. > Several useful web sites that I found do not discuss historic issues. Any > suggestions? I specifically am interested in the following: the pictures > tend to indicate that Saab went from an earlier more hatchback-looking shape > on the car, to a more sedan-looking shape. Is that correct? What is the year > that the transition occurred? > > Thanks, > > =================== > Dima > > >

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