Saab people are considered to be above average loyal. They drive their cars for a very long time and are probably the real heroes when it comes to sustainability. However, this behavior also has its downsides. Because the manufacturers, regardless of the brand, depend on constant sales. As a result, Saab sold too few new cars - with the well-known outcome.
So what should you think if someone keeps their Saab 900 for more than 40 years? But one thing is almost certain: anyone who buys this 900 now could get a particularly good and well-maintained example. Provided he likes the Scandinavian purism that an 80s Saab can spread in his environment.
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