Do SAABs have alot of problems?

Do SAABs have alot of problems?

All SAABs are a little quirky. In the convertibles, it’s common to have some issues with the tonneau cover mechanism. Engine: Some of the engines are prone to sludge build-up. Regular oil changes with a high quality oil are mandatory.

What problems do Saab 9-3 have?

Top Saab 9-3 Problems

  • Engine Coolant Loss and no Leak Noted.
  • Knocking Noise While Turning and/or a Banging Noise When Driving on Rough Roads.
  • The Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) and/or Traction Control Light May Illuminate.
  • Engine Dies while Driving Or Will Crank but not Start.
  • Excessive Exhaust Noise From Flex Pipe Failure.

How much is a 2001 Saab worth?

How much is a 2001 Saab 9-5 worth? The value of a used 2001 Saab 9-5 ranges from $369 to $1,967, based on vehicle condition, mileage, and options.

What is the most reliable Saab?

Saab 9-3 received an award as the most reliable vehicle in the middle class. With 50,000 mileage, 93.1% of Saab’s showed no defect requiring the service and for the 100,000 km, this percentage is still respectable and is 84.2%.

Is a Saab expensive to fix?

The annual maintenance cost of a Saab is $908. Repair and maintenance costs vary depending on age, mileage, location and shop.

Why is Saab so cheap?

Since Saab is out of business, they’re quite cheap to buy, and parts are readily available for this generation since it had a long (1999–2009) production run. They were very loaded for their time and generally are safe cars. They also are quick for what they are.

How reliable is a Saab 9-3?

Saab 9-3 owners are generally a very satisfied bunch, and the car usually does well in customer reports, such as the JD Power survey. Faults are never something they worry unduly about, although the car is only mid-ranking in our reliability report.

Are Saab cars good?

The Saab is extremely well made, very comfortable especially on long journeys, despite its age is V ery reliable, however fuel economy is average at best. The soft top roof keeps the car very warm without any leakage. There is a surprisingly roomy boot & interior.

Is Saab expensive to repair?

Why are used Saabs so cheap?

What was the first year of the Saab 9 5?

Saab badged the model as the Saab 9 5, but consistently advertised it as the Saab 9-5, pronounced “nine five” rather than “ninety-five”. This model should not be confused with the Saab 95, produced from 1959 to 1978. The first generation 9-5 was available with sedan and station wagon body styles.

Are there any problems with the transmission on a Saab 9-3?

SAAB 9-3 owners have reported 19 problems related to automatic transmission (under the power train category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of SAAB 9-3 based on all problems reported for the 9-3.

How long has my 2003 Saab been in the garage?

Since the first gearbox malfunction the 2003 93 SAAB has been in the garage (under warranty) six times for a total of 49 days. I have asked for gm/SAAB to take/buy the car back. My car was in the authorized SAAB service garage (portland SAAB) for the entire month of December 2006 where the entire transaxle was replaced.

Are there any problems with the Saab Information Display?

On model year 1998-2003, the SID (Saab Information Display) above the audio unit can have missing pixels making it difficult to read the information on the display. There are companies who can repair these displays for not too much money. 2004-2005 has a different style of display and no problems have been reported with those.

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