Oh, I have always loved Saabs (after MGs). But I honestly have to rate the
Nissan higher in reliability - not only did it pretty much never give me
any trouble (at least pre-150k mile marker), but it's cheaper to fix than a
But if I can't have an MG, then I'll take a Saab any day.
Reliability aside, I would say that Saab is one of the safest cars you can
be in (maybe not the convertible). I have always felt completely safe in a
Saab, even in the worst of weather. Unfortunately, MGs, as much as I love
them, can make you feel insecure on a highway full of nutso SUV drivers
whose wheels are taller than your car. They're much better for the
mountain roads of New England in the spring (or fall).
At 03:26 PM 8/27/99 -0700, Scott McKorkle wrote:
>I've had my Saab 9000 since 1991. It replaced a 1984 Saab 900 Turbo. I
>owned both since new and neither car has had any major maintenance
>problems. Maybe I'm just lucky, but they sure have been reliable for me.
>They are also fun to drive (for front wheel drive sedans, that is!!)