Unique, quirky, pricey to fix, most reliable of Saab models
A/C died at 140,000 and couldn't be fixed at a reasonable price.
Reverse gear is making crunching noises.
Some electrical quirks.
I bought it to drive to the train station every day as I worked in NYC. Not too much of a strain on an old car. However ended up using it much more than anticipated and it performed reasonably well. The car is fast for a 4 cylinder non-turbo and handles well.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 12th May, 2003