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yes but I've been talking to a good number of Japanese and some Hyundai owners with high mileage vehicles - none has ever had issues with fuel pump failures - some are 250k + vehicles. So Saab's fuel delivery system could be in some aspects considered antiquated and not up to the longevity standards of many mfg, so yes taking away the rear seat access without improving the design from a reliability standpoint was not an owner friendly move.
Our former 1997 Honda Passport which is now our son's continues to amaze me from a reliability standpoint at 240k miles, starter went once at around 100k and I had to take apart the tranny gear selector switch and clean the contacts but all the other engine stuff - sensors, ignition coils fuel delivery is all oem.
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