Date: Tue, 20 Oct 1998 20:09:24 +0100
From: rammy <rammynopsamcom>
Subject: Re: Saab 9-3

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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