Purchased a beautiful Saab 93 from Peter. Very pleasant and patient man. Discovered a couple of problems with the car after the sale that were out of his hands and has been good on his word and fixed them. Highly recommended.
Check engine light is always on
by LGM777 from Parma Ohio
January 9, 2019
its a good car but when things break its expensive. The check engine light comes on for everything. The car runs well and is fast. The features are pretty good for the year. It has most all the feature the newer cars have.
We have owned Saab convertibles as a second car since the 1980's (about 5 since then) and are familiar with their safety and reliability. Safety was a key aspect as the most recent one was totaled in an accident with 3 of our grand kids as passengers. No one was hurt. So we are glad that Peter has specialized in these models and we found a good replacement in excellent condition. Peter was very helpful and had everything ready for pick up. We look forward to enjoying the replacement, be well
Best car I have owned
by SAABISTHEBEST from Wa
October 16, 2018
Very reliable, I never had a problem with it. It is fast and holds onto the road very well. It is sad that Saab went out of business
I don't normally take the time to fill out reviews but I really felt I should since I am so happy with my 2009 Saab 9-3 2.0T I bought from Peter. I looked around on Cars.com and found that Dan Martin's Auto Depot had much better prices and much nicer used vehicles and a better selection. Thanks again Peter!!
Fun and luxury
by mowens753 from Harpers Ferry, WV
October 6, 2017
We bought this car for our son to drive to work and school. It was sporty and yet luxurious at the same time. Much better value than the Toyota we were looking at, and much nicer. I liked the car so much that I ended up buying a second Saab for myself.
This car had not been well maintained and the dealership didn't even know that the car was pulling to the right, as they'd never been in it or drove it. Saabs are really good cars and this one was just not maintained.
I have a 94 Cutlass Convert w/ only 80k that will be 25yrs old in 2019. I wanted to set her aside as they are becoming rare and wanted another convert to enjoy. Knew I didn't want the boring Solara or Sebring & the "see them everywhere" Audi or BMW. That left VW, Volvo, & Saab (didn't want a Camaro, Mustang kinda convert).
The VW was a bit too small, the hardtop Volvo was a bit pricey (and I already own an S80 AWD which I love as well) , so that left the Saab & it didn't bother me that it was no longer in production (parts are available for it & I have 2 good Volvo/Saab mechanics). Did a little research & found the 04 & newer models road better & had less chassis flex than the previous years.
The Saab is stylish, you don't see them all over the place, & people still stare in amazement when I lower the top with the remote while walking to my car!!! On top of that, you still have a useable trunk even with the top down!!! So find a well maintained one & enjoy the ride!!!
This by far the safest sedan I owned and the most fun to drive, I can shift the Transmission like a stick in the winter with snow on the ground and have complete control of the car, very stable on the ground and the disk brakes all around stop the car very quickly, the metal on this car is very thick like Mercedes and Volvo, the only thing not too many mechanics like to work on the car , I learned and found the car easy to work on after reading through the technical manual , Parts are expensive but the prices been coming down in price in the past year
This car has it all... it’s luxurious, sporty, super comfortable, peppy, sexy, and fun! And even though it has the wonderful convertible top, it’s a year-round cold weather car with things like heated seats and high-pressure washers for the headlights!
Purchased used, and did some minor work on it. Very easy to work on. I replaced the brake pads and rotors, new plugs, synthetic oil change and couldn't be happier. This car gets lots of compliments, especially with the top down. As a used luxury car, for the price I get that same feeling as I would in a new $45,000 convertible. A few times I was asked if it was new it looks that good. The trunk even with the top down will hold a few bags of groceries, or enough luggage for a weekend getaway. Cheap to fill and great MPG.
Had to do entire transaction on line. The Jaguar was as advertised in every aspect. The purchase took one day(Tuesday afternoon). Vehicle was shipped and delivered same week (Friday morning). Immaculate and passed strict MD inspection with no issues. I cannot thank Mike enough for making this so easy. My wife is still smiling, so I cannot give a higher recommendation than that.
by Great Mazda 6 from Denver, CO
June 21, 2018
I test drove this car and will purchase it in the next few days. I have put money down already. Car is clean, drives like a quiet beast and on HW when you accelerate it asks for more like a fine horse! It has power like few cars on the road. It drives quiet, is incredibly comfortable and it is almost as soft driving as a Cadillac. Controls are very well placed and designed thinking of the driver. The ignition is on the floor between front seats for comfort and safety reasons. In accidents key will not insert in drivers knee. ALL SAABS are special cars as they are a different kind of engineering type and are very, very safe!!! It will be the 3rd SAAB I own. I drive in the state of Independence!
2010 Saab convertible is the fourth Saab I've owned. Unfortunately it will be my last. I've had the car 8 years and it still is great fun to drive. Fast, handles well, and incredibly comfortable. Thought about trading it in for a new car, but would have to spend $75,000 to have this much fun driving. Only have 60k and hope to drive it for another 60k! Repairs have been minimal, replaced the original brakes at 58k!
The most fun we have had the last 10 years driving the SAAB 93 Wagon. Wow what a machine. I will miss this car when we sell it. I will miss the cornering, quick passing, superb handling, and ability to fill if full of whatever we wanted to carry because it was a wagon. We drove it nonstop to from Wisconsin to Florida several times and the comfortable seats made it easy. We would buy another SAAB if they were still in business. Too bad for GM, they dropped a good line of vehicle with loyal SAAB followers.
Only have had the car a few months but very fast. Very sleek looking. Have gotten many compliments. The sway bar makes a lot of noise though no matter how many times it’s serviced. But it’s the nicest car we’ve ever owned. Very high tech too.
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