Due to unexpected events, I have bought a new car. It's unfortunate that only a few new Saabs are available, all of which have been sitting on the lot for more than two years. My local dealer had only one white 9-3.
In 2005, I bought a Saab 9-3 by European Delivery. This was where one could make arrangements to buy a car with their local dealer in the United States, pick up the car in Europe, and have the car shipped to a local Saab dealer. Saab customers in Canada and Australia
Updated 09 June 2013 at 22:20 by Dave T
I've had the pleasure of driving four new Saabs over the past few decades. Saab number 4, a 2005 Saab 9-3 (Linear), rolled down a parking lot incline last month. It is uncertain whether the car will be totaled but it is looking more like this will be the case.
Because of work commitments, I won't start looking for a replacement until Wednesday. I pondered at certain cars but it seems that if they are correctly priced, they get sold quickly. If you are in the market for a car,
A few months ago, my tires were approaching four years old and the tread was getting worn. Time to get new tires. Since I had good experiences with the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric, getting the Asymmetric 2 was almost a possibility. It was released in many countries, but not the U.S., so it would have been extremely expensive to specially import. This time, it would be Continental ExtremeContact DW tires.
The Continental ExtremeContact DW is billed by Continental as an "ultra
In the past, when Saab customer service in the United States was called, it was handled by a call center in Texas which handles GM and other cars. I had the opportunity to call them in July.
On a hunch that some Saab parts might one day be in short supply since suppliers are not making parts for the assembly line, I thought it was time to fix the problem I had. The Trollhattan factory has been largely idle since April aside from test runs and a short period of production. The Wall
Updated 23 September 2011 at 03:19 by Dave T
Even though Saab has arranged for hundreds of millions of Euros (more than half a billion U.S. dollars) from several sources for short to long term funding, questions about customer support if Saab closes still are being asked (see this forum). With all the negative publicity about temporary production stoppages at Saab, it is easy for the consumer to lose confidence in the future of Saab cars. I sought to find answers to even the worse case scenarios.
Consumer confidence does affect