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Date: Tue, 20 Oct 1998 16:06:20 -0400
From: "SkiGrrl" <>
Subject: Re: Saab 9-3

thanks - so far... I haven't had any problems with the window other than the dog knows how to open them. this is my 3rd saab.. and if you count my whole family, saab # 6 SkiGrrl rammy wrote in message <362CDFE4.5DBA0A65nopsamcom>... >well, how much are you prepared to accept as being classed "reliable". my 9-3 >convertible is six weeks old, with six thousand miles on the clock. i've had it >from new. so far, the ash tray doesn't close (i don't smoke fortunately, so it's >not really to big a deal for me), then after a while the driver's window didn't >close properly (c. other messages in this new groups re. the window, it seems a >common fault). the engine runs nice and it comes quite well equipped (for a U. >K. model). But and that's a big BUT, do you know what, I love that car with >passion! it's my babe. it looks good, runs good and apart from those few little >niggly things, you can't fault it, so far that is. it's my first saab, and i've >had BMW's, Mercs, VW's, Audi's etc. they were all 2nd hand and excellent value >for money. A Saabeena will bring you loads of entertainment. good luck! > >SkiGrrl wrote: > >> So far I loooove my 9-3. I've got the 3-door base with sunroof. You probably >> won't find much of a discount, though. >> >> SkiGrrl >> >> wrote in message <>... >> >I am looking to buy a 1999 900 9-3 SE, 5 door. As an owner of a 1988 >> >Mazda MX-6 with 250,000 nearly trouble free miles, I am seeking >> >opinions, good and bad. Also, it seems that the two dealers in Portland >> >are not eager to discount much off suggest list. >> > >> >I even thought about buying a 2-3 year old lease return Saab, but no >> >one is giving them up.... >> > >> >My second choice is the new 1999 Infinti G20. >> > >> >My third choice keeping my Mazda for another year!!! (again) >> > >> >I live in Portland, Oregon. >> > >> >Thanks!! >> > >> > >> > >> > >

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