Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000 19:38:10 +0200
From: "Andy" <>
Subject: Re: How are your SAABs doing?

You're just very lucky. The majority of letters I got from the readers of this group have replied to my question with rather negative stories. Not so much a consolation for me but at least I know I'm not alone in my misery. Saab may be producing cars that are technically more advanced and more reliable than the Trabants the Wartburgs and the Ladas but in their attitude to the customers they are pretty much the same. So, tell me a story about Saab's generosity in handling their customers problems and I'll cite ten from people who, like myself, have been left to their own devices. With kind regards, Andy P.S. The garage that had serviced my car the day before the sad end of its engine was RAC in Rotterdam. Beware! P.S." And how long was the biggest fish you ever caught? Does it still grow? -----Original Message----- From: corne sprenkels [] Sent: Sunday, 16 July, 2000 11:44 To: Andy Subject: Re: How are your SAABs doing? ----- Oorspronkelijk bericht ----- Van: "Andy" <> Nieuwsgroepen: Verzonden: vrijdag 7 juli 2000 0:39 Onderwerp: How are your SAABs doing? You`re just out of luck, I drove mij cars one 99 over 350,000 km an a 900 over 410,000 km and both of them never used a drop of oil during that time. Now I own a 900s from 92 and its the same here. Good luck, Corne Holland

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