I would say that Bravada from GMI has hit the nail on the head.
Saab is a natural competitor for Volvo, and always has been to the public at large, at least in the US,
Why would Volvo want Saab to survive? […]
I’ve been saying for years that the sale of Saab tooling for the Saab 9-3 was a big mistake, and really cut Saab’s legs out from underneath them, by making it impossible for the company to be sold to any Chinese […]
Yes, what is with those Audi seats, anyway? The A6 are pretty nice, but the A4 seats are hard as a rock, and the regular seats have no bolstering. The MB-Tex. aka vinyl, seats in Mercedes feel better than the […]
I hate it when people say that Suburu is a Saab competitor, or the natural place for Saab owners to “land”, or whatever.
It’s nonsense, and it mostly comes from those who love to denigrate the brand, like the […]
I have driven the competition: 3-series, C-class, Infiniti G37, Volvo S60.
The 9-3 is simply no longer competitive.
As Saabdealer said above-the proof is in the pudding-nobody is going to go from an Audi A4, […]
Yes the A4 was put on a totally new platform for MY 2009, the B8 platform. It was not just a facelift. It was a completely new chassis, with the engine moved back behind the front wheels to make it less […]
Also, I suspect DavidGMills is correct. When GM was being sold to Spyker, one aspect of GM’s pre-sale “due diligence” was to make sure that Spyker had the financial wherewithal to cover any liabilities incurred. […]
First off, pre-Spyker, Saab was a division, not a subsidiary of GM, although even if Saab was a subsidiary GM cannot cancel its contractual warranty responsiblities to Saab owners who bought their vehicles while […]