Are 2007 Saabs reliable?

Are 2007 Saabs reliable?

The Saab 9-3 sedan received a “Good” rating (the highest possible) in frontal-offset and side-impact crash tests conducted by the IIHS.

Are 2007 Saabs good cars?

Great all around car, great performance when needed, economical due to great design and aerodynamics, good in snow with traction control, and anti-lock brakes, plenty of storage with hatchback and fold down seats. Swedish quality built, sporty and fun to drive. Rating breakdown (out of 5): Comfort 5.0.

How many miles does a Saab last?

And is it just me, or do Saabs seem very resilient to rust? Generally speaking, 100,000 is probably considered medium-ish miles, with 150,000 to 200,000 being high miles. I’d say that for pretty much any car though. They may be resilient but not immune!

Is the Saab Aero wagon a good car?

We weren’t able to test the Aero wagon on the skidpad, but we expect the wagon to corner about as hard as the sedan, which generates 0.86 g on the circle. The wagon’s seats are firm and comfortable, and its controls, instruments, and interior fittings are well designed and intuitive to use.

Is the 2007 Saab 9-5 a good car?

My 2007 Saab 9-5 2.3T Arc is a great car to own and really fun to drive. It’s a great “everyday” driving car, and the turbocharged Inline-4 can make accelerating and passing folks a blast. Some people know about Saab’s dedication to safety, and this car is no exception.

When did the Saab 9-3 Aero come out?

The 9-3 has changed little since its ‘03 introduction. The 9-7X dates back to the ‘02 Chevy TrailBlazer. And the 9-5 has been stuck in holding pattern since ‘98. I recently tested a 9-5 to see if the quirky car lives up to its high tech brand proposition.

Why is the number 9 on a Saab wagon?

A Saab spokesman assured us that the cryptic 9-3 and 9-5 designations are not the company’s office hours but an homage to the past-the number 9 is deeply rooted in Saab’s history.