mallthus commented on the post, SAAB Parts: Press-conferance: The future for the company. 5 months ago
Seems to me that the key opportunity for Orio would be to partner with one or more smaller marques. Perhaps a group that has not yet set up a parts distribution network of their own in either Europe or North […]
I recall reading a magazine article back in the early 1990s that highlighted this. Their example car, a Nissan Maxima, retailed new for about $20k at the time. To build the car from parts would have cost about $85k.
mallthus commented on the post, 2012 Saab 9-5 SportCombi in the United States UPDATED 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Seeing this makes me think about the risks associated with owning and driving such a rare vehicle. Given that they were headed for series production, but then they weren’t produced, I’d imagine that some pieces, […]
The truth is, the world has had too many marques for too long. We live in a global automotive marketplace and we’re going to see some winners and losers.
In the US, we had a first “wave” of failures back in the […]
mallthus commented on the post, Where are those Saab Original parts actually coming from? 1 year, 6 months ago
My recollection is that Canada has some very particular country of origin labeling requirements. Assuming my recollection is correct, it would make sense that a Chinese made bag would need to be […]
mallthus commented on the post, Sad news for former Saab employees working at Volvo 1 year, 7 months ago
Truth is, there’s a global overcapacity issue. The whys and hows of that issue are mulch-faceted.
I believe that Volvo’s challenges, much like Saab’s were, are centered around the fact that they’re not a full […]
mallthus commented on the post, NG9-5 Rear Vision Camera System — Can it be retrofitted? 1 year, 8 months ago
You also might want to check the Lacrosse backup camera parts and shop manual entries. For as much as we’d like to forget this, the vehicles are very similar under their skins and personalities.
The Lacrosse is […]
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