Originally Posted by autoblog.com
It's also rather likely that all Saab-specific parts will become "no longer available" very shortly. A lot of the mechanical parts on late models are GM, but not all.
Anything left on dealer's lots is going to have to be sold very, very cheaply. Anyone buying one ought to assume that the resale value will be next to nothing.
2007 Mazda 3 s Grand Touring
After a re-read I'm not sure this applies to already sold cars BUT even if you have a car in hand already, it sounds like you'll be up ***'s creek for parts and warranty service down the line.
At least when GM axed Saturn, Geo, and Pontiac, they had systems in place to take care of owners long into the future (mostly due to parts sharing). Chyrster took care of Plymouth owners as well.
If you bought a new Saab recently, my guess is, you just got 'ed
Last edited by AutoUnion32; 12-20-2011 at 03:42 PM.
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