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broken engine, car doesn't drive. But overall the car is perfectly fine.
NCT to 03/2018
Saab what can i say
Having a 2011 Saab Turbo Addition 160bhp I was expecting electric seats, built in satnav, auto fold in mirrors etc for this top level estate.. its the little perks that really make it top of the range which sadly it lacks.. Saying that its an excellent road holding safe economical vehicle which I cant fault. Parts are plentiful & very reasonably priced as compared to other brands of cars. Question is ,, would I buy another,,, Yes without a shadow of a doubt.. The likes of Saab & Volvo were designed for a different line of latitude on the globe so safety & road handling is what its all about. Reasonably priced for the buyer with all the safety features you need at half the price of some of the bigger names.
had this car a few months now and love it, one of the best ive ever had its roomy, comfortable and generally a lovely place to be, even though this is the lower spec model it still has everything you could want all electric windows, full leather interior, heated seats the lot ,its a big car though makes it a bit of an effort in the car park but all round its a sweet machine oh and its a miser on diesel €100 to fill it from empty and its good for 800 miles mixed driving highly recommend
I have a Saab 9-3 1.9 TiD Vector sport 150hp. The car is very plush and comfortable to drive. Also it goes like stink but has some major mechanical defects to watch out for.
2.2 TID Estate. Beast of a car. Eats up road. Loves long haul. Can drive hard, & she likes it.
Comfortable, but not overly reliabile. Expensive to repair.
A very large executive style estate car. Very smooth ride with sufficent power for everyday use. Massive boot space and good image. Can only get 32mpg at best. Service can be expensive. Onto my second one now. First one written off at 180k miles due to errant large HGV.
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