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“Saab 2.2 TDI Arc”

Written on: 07/12/2012 by fantasticChickenMan (2 reviews written)

I bought a Saab in 2003 2.2 TDI, while performance wise the car is amazing, put your foot down wait for the turbo to kick in then hold on. The interior and feeling of the car is luxury, but that is where it ends. The main problem with the Saab is the build quality, it's very poor, problems keep developing all the time with it, and you will spend a lot of time and money taking back to the dealer getting problems fixed. From day one it was small niggles, which then led onto to more dangerous… Read Full Review

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“Saab Sports TDI 93 Model”

Written on: 14/03/2012 by Brookbook (11 reviews written)

We recently purchased a Used Saab 93. WOW What a car, we have never experienced such an efficient and Smart looking car, inside and out. The Saab Sports TDI 93 Model on a 2007 Plate, is a dream to drive, and the inside is Part leather as well as sporting an incredible dashboard. As we have a small family, we needed to buy a large car than the VW Golf we had before, and this matched all our requiements and more. The Boot is large enough for us to put our Pram and shopping in, which sadly the VW… Read Full Review

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Mrswilson12's Response to Brookbook's Review

Written on: 25/09/2012

Great Review, we used to own a Saab, and agree with your comments. Its a shame they went uder last year.

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Fantasticchickenman's reply to Mrswilson12's Comment

Written on: 07/12/2012

They went under because

A) Build Quality is bad
B) They made loads of attempts to make sure they keep buyers within the dealer network, for example you can't replace the oil filter when doing a service without triggering the engine warning light, Saab charge £35 if you want the light turned off.

The stereo system fitted in my car used fibre optics and was encrypted to prevent you from upgrading the sterero the only option was to take a Saab option which was 1K, addmittely Saab stopped using Fibe Optics stereo's in 2007 due to the high cost!.

Sat Nav update costs £350!

To switch on the Bluetooth phone kit, which requires them to plug a tool in and enable it costs £300

General Motors had tried to help out Saab many times over the years to help them sort out there problems but Saab refused and wanted to do it there own way.

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Fantasticchickenman's reply to Mrswilson12's Comment

Written on: 07/12/2012

They went under because

A) Build Quality is bad
B) They made loads of attempts to make sure they keep buyers within the dealer network, for example you can't replace the oil filter when doing a service without triggering the engine warning light, Saab charge £35 if you want the light turned off.

The stereo system fitted in my car used fibre optics and was encrypted to prevent you from upgrading the sterero the only option was to take a Saab option which was 1K, addmittely Saab stopped using Fibe Optics stereo's in 2007 due to the high cost!.

Sat Nav update costs £350!

To switch on the Bluetooth phone kit, which requires them to plug a tool in and enable it costs £300

General Motors had tried to help out Saab many times over the years to help them sort out there problems but Saab refused and wanted to do it there own way.

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Fantasticchickenman's Response to Brookbook's Review

Written on: 07/12/2012

It looses it value very quickly and that is due to build quality , I paid around that £9,000 for my Saab thought it was a bargin, it's over priced and unfortunately will start to fall to bits over time, I agree with what you are saying about the other features enjoy it while it lasts is all I can say.

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