Date: 27 Aug 2003 15:09:25 GMT
From: Dave Hinz <>
Subject: Re: should a buy a saab

On Tue, 26 Aug 2003 22:09:55 -0400, Kenneth S. <> wrote: > Your comments below only illustrate what I said earlier about religious > fervor on the subject of Saabs. Apparently, for you, any explanation > (including personal attacks) must be put forward other than the > deficiencies associated with the car. You know, when you top-post like this, it makes including context to your comments impossible. Is this intentional? I mean, I had to scroll down several pages to see who you were even responding to. > It seems > particularly futile to claim that an elite few favor unreliable cars > that are expensive to repair. Another poster gave a point-by-point counterexample to this, I wonder if you'll disregard his post as well. > The problems I have had with the check engine light, the AC, the > central locking, the windshield washer warning light, various rattles, > the design flaw in the driver's side mirror, etc., etc. are a reflection > of what emerged from the Saab factory. There are nothing to do with the > various repair shops that I have patronized. The inability to troubleshoot a check engine light is Saab's fault how? AC is AC, doesn't matter what car it's in. and so on, and so on. > I had been interested in owning a Saab for many years, going way back > to the days when they had two-stroke engines. Alas, that fixation has > been cured by actually owning one. Is there anything at all that Saab could do to please you? Sure seems like not, based on your comments. Since there's no pleasing you, why should they try? >> Apparently your head is in an unanticipated location. >> >> Dave Hinz

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