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Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 21:12:37 GMT
From: Just Bob <>
Subject: Re: Purchasing a Saab

On Sun, 04 Nov 2001 19:47:52 -0500, "Kenneth S." <> wrote: >> United We Stand > > If I may say so, that's very characteristic of some of the comments >that I see in this news group, and is one reason why I now feel >reluctant to count myself among the ranks of Saab owners. Well, we do get a little sensitive to "my other car doesn't do that" posts. Let's face it, every manufacturer has had their share of design problems and build issues. Mazda is no exception, even if your particular car is. > The comment amounts to saying that anyone who finds problems with a >Saab is deficient, but on no account can anything possibly be wrong with >the car. Saabs -- love them or leave them, right? No, but if you dislike it that much, sell it. I can't imagine keeping a car which you apparently dislike to the point of claiming that there is a design problem with the mirror. >it's very unlikely that I would ever pay >$35,000 - $40,000 for a new Saab, even though I think the basic concept >of a four-door hatchback is a good one.) A Saab which is comparable to your 96-900 is much less than 35-40K in cost out the door. -- Bob United We Stand

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