Date: Mon, 26 Apr 1999 09:54:33 GMT
From: Phil Tanner <>
Subject: Re: Need help from Saab God

In article <7fqr7t$518$>, nomad <> wrote: > That was me. > > I just didn't want it and worry about the costs of replacing the > Turbo. I'm a really conservative driver so I don't even know if > the Turbo would even kick on hardly. I was told that Saab > Turbo Charger replacements run in the $3,500 range. > If it is just the cost of turbo replacement that is putting you off, I wouldn't worry - get a 900 Turbo. Two friends (who would probably both describe themselves as 'conservative drivers') both prefer turbo'd Saabs, having owned both. In the UK, Saab dealers are famous for charging ridiculous prices, the price you quote suggests the same happens in the US ;-) Personally, I'd get a Turbo (mine's done 203,000miles - original Turbo, no signs of wear or failure), but make sure you get it serviced regularly - oil changes are crucial. No-one has come back to me on my idea that there may be other increased running costs - more expensive brake pads/discs/shocks etc (but I think it's true). It doesn't worry me much, and I don't think it's significant, but I thought I'd mention it.... Good luck ! Phil. -----------== Posted via Deja News, The Discussion Network ==---------- Search, Read, Discuss, or Start Your Own

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