Is there a glimmer of hope ? The same that happened when NEVS came along ? I had 3 happy years driving a 9-3 Sportswagon 180ps. I leased this car, I did consider buying it outright at the end of the lease last September but the leasing company (ALD, a part of General Motors) would not allow that. So now I drive an Audi A4 Avant SE technic Ultra.…[Read more]
Coggy commented on the post, economictimes.india.well not something I’d bet my money on… 6 months, 2 weeks ago
I am so sad to read all of this, and very sad in that my beloved 9-3 is going soon as the lease is ending. I did once hope to replace my 9-3 with another Saab, but no, I’m moving down to an Audi.
This ends a relationship that started with my Father and a 96 in 1975.
I am so sad, this is the very end of Saab. I ordered a 9-3 in March 2011, finally delivered in September 2011. What a car ! Out of warranty now, I am having an Audi. I first drove a Saab 99 in 1979. Damn General Motors, damn the Swedish ‘government’
Coggy commented on the post, Situation analysis regarding NEVS financial difficulties 10 months, 2 weeks ago
This is such a shame, is it the final death knell for Saab ? I hoped and hoped in 2011 that Saab would continue, then again last year with NEV. However, now, in the current market, a possible electric car sometime in the future will not be financed by producing a few re-vamped old models that may only sell to enthusiasts with maybe more money…[Read more]
I don’t want to see the Saab name die, but electric cars are simply a vanity project. In Britain the government give anyone buying an electric car GBP5000 towards the cost of their electric car (money filched from […]
So my 9-3 Sportswagon I ordered in April and had delivered in September has 3 years AA breakdown cover, but no warranty. Ho hum. Maybe I should have cancelled the order in August and gone for some German car ? No, […]
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