I know all that Angelo. I’ve been following everything here very carefully. We have to concede though, that they’re all we’ve got. No NEVS=nothing!
We can’t go back in time, so we have to look forward, and just hope that they can somehow salvage the spirit of SAAB cars, however they badge them. But I think if they can’t do that, no one else will,…[Read more]
If they’re building factories in China to manufacture electric cars in partnership with other Chinese organizations, it really makes me wonder why they bought SAAB auto in the first place. They could have simply “copied” SAABs and built them in China under a different brand name, which it sounds like what they’ll be doing anyway, since they can’t…[Read more]
I have thought for a long time that SAAB AB should take back their car division. That would really rattle the opposition.
Please let it happen!
Angelo, I thought you were a keen supporter of hydrogen fuel cell technology. It appears to be working well in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s). Check out, for example, http://www.flyh2.com/
SAAB AB turned to making cars when there was that terrible outbreak of peace way back in 1945. The chips were down for them, so they needed something all of us peace lovers would buy from them. We had no more need for war machines. Now the tables have turned and SAAB AB is once again making good money from things for warfare, and doing it well…[Read more]
Yes, I suppose to some degree, that’s right, but there are plenty of mechanics who have worked on SAABs who aren’t working for SAAB dealers, and never have. Anyway, what were you thinking, driving a Peugeot?
I’ve been reading here that some people are getting rid of their cars because their local dealership isn’t servicing SAAB’s any more. I just don’t get the logic. A SAAB is a mechanical device, and any mechanic should be able to fix it. We’ve had 5 SAAB’s over the past 15 years, and not one of them has ever seen the inside of a SAAB dealer’s…[Read more]
I think so. But I’m confident that someone else will pick up what’s left and rebuild the brand, or at least the spirit of the brand. SAAB was really too good to just go by the wayside.
I can’t see why the company would continue to pay people while it’s not in production. It might have been better to announce this intention when they first applied for reorganization, but I don’t think this necessarily marks an end to SAAB.
Yours is a beautiful car…and very nice photos of her too!
I have a MY99 93 2L Coupe. The same red too, and absolutely like brand new. It has travelled just 117,000 Kms.
I love the B204E engine. Have had a set of extractors fitted to improve performance a little.
These cars have such lovely lines. I’m going to keep mine forever!
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