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Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2003 19:19:11 -0800
From: Marc Escuro <mgescuronopsamnet>
Subject: Re: Regarding Saab purchase of 9-5

I've got a 2000 9-5 Aero. I purchased the 9-5 Aero over the Volvo S80 and the Audi A6. Turns out that it was the best way to go. The overall build quality of the Saab is the highest in its class, and the repairs are considerably lower than the Volvo and Audi (comparing prices to my buddies who have those respective cars). Plus, no one has a 9-5, making it much more unique on the road. The Saab definitely gives you more for the money. As for getting an Aero... If you are a sports-minded person, really into hard, precision cornering, passing cars with ease, relatively rough ride, then by all means go for the Aero. It really is a classy sports sedan. Try and do the same things on a base 9-5, Linear, Arc, etc., and you will find that you can't do the same things. Good luck. -ME On 11/11/03 1:26 AM, in article yX1sb.5201$, "ezra" <> wrote: > Hi there, I'm new to this group so bare with me. I'm looking into > purchasing a Saab 9-5 from model years 2000 to 2003. I was wondering if > there are any problems I should know about? Any quality issues? Are they > expensive to repair? Are parts readily available? Are the dealerships > relatively helpful? Are parts expensive? Are their any quality issues I > should be aware of? > I am considering either the Saab 9-5 or Volvo S60, and it seems that > the Saab gives me more for the money. And it has a slightly more unique set > of lines, ones I find myself appreciating more than I do of those found on > the S60. > I'm living in Toronto, Canada. Any help would be appreciated. Also, > would it be unwise to take ownership of a Saab 9-5 Aero? Or are they too > rough riding for most road conditions? > Thanks for anyone's help. > > -- Marc Escuro mgescuronopsamnet mescuronopsamcom

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