Date: 14 May 2007 13:40:22 -0700
From: sfoynospami.com
Subject: Re: Saab Lost a Loyal Customer


On May 14, 3:04 pm, "Craig" <CBobchinnospamkinsbcglobal.net> wrote: > Okay, here is the story. > I have an '06 9-3 Aero (my 6th Saab) and this one has had a couple of > problems within a year (two in the last 3 weeks). > > 1st The coating or paint or whatever they used on the front of the dash > started peeling off. This was around as well as on the radio. Replaced > under Warranty > > 2nd 2 weeks ago the Electronic Stability Control went out while driving > the car Turns out a module for the ABS system croaked Also replaced > under warranty. > > 3rd a week ago the clutch overheated and burned out. WITH LESS THAN > 7000 MILES ON IT!!!! > > Now, if I were new to stick shifts and clutches I can understand and > accept that I may have caused it, but I've been driving manuals > exclusively for 25 years and Saabs exclusively for the past 15 years. > I'm quite used to shifting and I never ride the clutch. Nor do I abuse > the car. > > Saab would not do anything on working with me to replace the clutch. No > good will was forthcoming. It cost almoat 2k to replace. > > My '94 9000 has 155k on the original clutch. My '88spg had 150k on it > when I sold it (original clutch). > > I'm sorry I think the reliability of Saabs has gone downhill. I will > most likely not be buying another one. > > Anyone what a slightly used '06 Aero? > -- > Remove My_Skin to E-mail me. Trade it in on a non-Saab. You'll take a big hit but you will feel better. Tell as many people as you can about your bad experience. There's no room in today's marketplace for an upscale car company who treats it's loyal customers like crap. Saab's once proud reputation continues to decline and you can be sure nobody in charge over there has a clue as to why. The sooner Saab is put out of its misery the better for all it unwitting customers.

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