It took almost an hour for someone to speak to me and my wife when we got there. Went through the application process that told us to go through and no one gave us a call back on anything.
A Standout From The Crowd Convertible
by Driver Of Understated Cars from Wilmington, DE
October 19, 2018
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!!!
Extremely helpful when buying my 2013 Ford Fusion!
by Katherine stone from Warren, MI
August 9, 2018
I bought a black ford fusion 2013 from Kals Auto Sales, and Kal was very generous with pricing and made the process seamless and simple.
gorgeous, comfortable, alrounder
by Saab fan from Glens falls NY
November 22, 2018
Has been an excellent car to own. I've done a couple of long road trips in it, one NY to Colorado, its a excellent, comfortable, long distance cruising machine.
Mine is a regular 2.3 turbo and its fantastic, pulls hard to overtake, sits happily at 85 all day long and returns 28 mpg.
My wagon has tones of storage space including clever under floor storage in the cargo area and space for 4 adults comfortably.
Has made me into a Saab guy.
I had a horrible experience at this dealer but i can't blame the salesman Mike C. He did the best job he could with the process he was givin. He was courteous and polite and tried to handle the issues but his hands were tied by the useless policies and people above him. I would deal with Mike again but never the dealer. Being big and forgetting how to take care of the customer is what the dealer forgot how to do.
Good car just got problems
by Johndoe from Augusta Maine
January 18, 2019
The cars not bad, it's got all the bells and whistles which is nice but the turbo stops sppoling going up hills. Still a nice car
Was great. Helpful. Emailed me and tried contacting me quickly . did not find a car but good service and I would contact them again
When will something finally go wrong?
by All SUV's, All V8's from mn
July 16, 2013
So I've had a fully loaded, every single option, 5.3 liter 9-7x for two years now. It is a 2007. I drive it every day as a commuter and once in a while tow my 5000lb boat when my main tow vehicle is not available. Here's the thing about this car. I have 75,000 miles on it now and nothing, I repeat nothing has needed to be fixed or broken or worn or anything. I'm talking weld the hood shut reliable. I still can't believe I haven't spent a penny on it except gas and oil changes. It will finally need tires soon and that's going to be the extent of my ownership costs. Here's the bad parts however. It corners like it is on rails...literally pull up the skid pad tests and you aren't going to find another body on frame suv with this kind of road gripping performance. It is so amazing it will easily out perform the tires and I have high end tires on it. Even the Chevy Trailblazer SS (that copied the SAAB technology as it is a later released GM) is not quite as good. That's great but how often do you need that level of performance. I can tell you not that often and so the down side of that level of cornering ability is a really bumpy ride. You feel the bumps and cracks in the road and that gets a bit old. The nav unit has a nice big screen but so many times it can't locate an address in the data base and that is even with the most updated nav disc and with old addresses. I hate when I have to break down and use the nav.
That's about the extent of the bad that I can come up with after driving 30,000 miles in my 9-7.
Other things that I like are:
Factory xenon headlights with washers:
Torque of the V8 especially when towing a lot of weight
Tan and Black interior with French stitching
Relatively modern dash for what really is an old platform
I surprisingly get a lot of compliments on it as though it is a much more expensive vehicle.
I like that the nav disc has it's own dedicated slot as well so you don't have to choose whether you want to use the nav disc or a cd.
Since this car doesn't have an ipod connection (which can be done for literally $5 if you care to) you can connect the ipod or whatever device you want to up to the rear entertainment system as a sort of boot leg work around and hear the music or watch a movie from the device.
As for mileage, it is a nearly 5000lb vehicle with an 8 cylinder engine. Who would buy this then complain as though somehow they thought that was a winning combination for fuel efficiency?
This is the best thing I have ever done and this time I am sure that I will not be taken advantage of, just because I have no car service intelligence. I do believe I made the right choice to purchase my next car within the next 1 to 2 months tops!
Thank you, guys.
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!
I found a truck I wanted on Cars.com and contacted the dealer. The salemen told me that when he went to pull it around he noticed a puddle and set the vehicle up for service. To make a long story short, the truck needed transmission repairs and the service department told me the truck was not available to sell until it was repaired. It is nice that they made sure the repairs were handled, but I wasnt kept informed and needed a vehicle quickly, so I purchased from another dealer.
by Kay Watkins from roundup, mt
July 15, 2018
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.
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