1992 SAAB 900 16 2.1 non-turbo petrol from Australia and New Zealand
They will never make them like this again. Buy one now!!
Bumper (rear and front) plastics have seen better days and are cracking... nothing a donor car cannot fix I guess.
Left side passenger window only goes down half way, and then almost completely stops. Does not go down completely in one go, but gets there eventually.
Left side electric mirror isn't really 'electrically' working.
Slight leak somewhere near the trans and engine under the car. Very slow leak that will thankfully give me time to save the $1000-$1500 needed to fix the bugger.
First laid my eyes on a Saab 900 Aero when I was in grade 8, and by gods was it uber sweet! The design was something to behold.
Sadly under Queensland Transport rules turbo cars are out for P plate driver like me :( Never really understood that I can drive a big gutsy Falcon and yet a can't drive a Saab that has a kw and torque output that comes nowhere near to big 6's.
After searching high and low, driving auto's and manuals, I found the car! The dark green Saab 900i coupe. The lady who owned it before me had owned it since new, all the receipts and services were all done at the local Saab mechanic. I found a great great car. Quirky design that really reflects those who choose to buy such a car. I even had a dig around in the parents storage cupboard to find some good old cassettes, kind of getting sick of reggae though. The 5sp is definitely better then the 3sp auto, tried both and one definitely trumps the other. Just need to find an Aero body kit and a set of super Aero rims to make it complete.
Any tips of how to care for this car or general advice, it's welcome at email@example.com
As a young uni student, I know the cost of buying such a car, but I also know they will never make them like this again.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 7th December, 2010