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The best kept secret by HJP on 09/09/2010. Trim: 2007 Saab 9-3 Aero Convertible, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Of course looks are a matter of opinion but I think this is the best looking convertible on the market, especially in one of the unique Saab colors (sky blue, bright yellow or lime green). The V6 is very strong across the RPM range, fun to drive and I believe this is the highest rated convertible for safety.
Cons: It's been said before but the center console is annoying the way it zips forward or back when you rest your arm on it, but not a major flaw.
Overall review: Good looking, very fun, so far high quality and a bargain as a used vehicle.
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The Perfect Car by Saab Driver for Life on 02/18/2008. Trim: 2007 Saab 9-3 Aero, Owned 1 year.
Pros: I love how responsive this vehicle is. The steering give you an incredible sense of control.
Cons: If you are looking for back seat room, forget about it. It's a sports car.
Overall review: I am already certain that I will purchase another Saab.
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Love my Saab by Saabstory on 01/03/2008. Trim: 2007 Saab 9-3 2.0T, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Meets every need in a car.
Cons: Right arm rest could be forward more.
Overall review: This car meets all my driving needs and is just a lot of fun to drive.
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The Snaab by Pete on 07/27/2011. Trim: 2007 Saab 9-3 2.0T, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Highway gas mileage is higher than the EPA estimate - usually between 33 - 36 MPG, which is great. For a little 4-cylinder turbo, this car really goes. Handling and suspension are mild-stiff, making any drive a fun one. Depreciation is pretty steep, but can be great if you're looking to buy as a second owner. Leather and wood trim look and feel great. Very safe with the ESP and side curtain airbags. The manual mode on the trans is a great option to have when you really want to wind it out. Glove box holds and cools a 6 pack.
Cons: City gas mileage not so great at only about 20 - 21 MPG. Average city / highway is not so bad if you commute on the highway often though. Lots of plastic creaks going on with the interior that takes some getting used do - makes the interior feel less upscale. Have had some issues with brake pads, calipers, rotors, and door locks failing at around 35k, but all fixed by dealer out of warranty.
Overall review: This is my second Saab, first of the GM era. Overall, a great looking car that keeps the Saab-ness, but is a little more mainstream and watered down than previous generations. Nonetheless, it's still a unique car that gets compliments all the time. 2007 and up models have the revised audio / HVAC controls, which is much less cluttered than the previous dash. The turbo on the 2.0T is fantastic and you can pass just about anyone on the highway once it has spooled up. Engineers did a great job as turbo lag and torque steer are not even perceptible on this model. Love the sound of the turbo compressor.
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bring back the SAAB by William on 01/28/2014. Trim: 2007 Saab 9-3 2.0T, Owned 5 years.
Pros: Style , power, and reliability. Excellent ride and handling. I enjoy the interior features, heated seats etc. great safety features!
Cons: I would like more control of the interior computer settings and readout. The car has plenty of power, but the gas mileage is fair to good.
Overall review: A truly great car with great safety features.
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