My Saab has hit 100,000 km's Saturday December 13, 2003!!! Unfortunately I was on the freeway and didn't get a chance to pull over and take a clear shot. I wasn�t paying attention when I noticed, I quickly took the picture. I get a lot of compliments on my Saab, with the high amount of miles and years, it still looks like new. Zero dents, well mind you the hood has a few stone chips but that�s the fault of the highways, the interior is like new, the leather looks as if it was sat in for only one day. All I have to say is that Saab makes great cars that last a lifetime!!
The Pioneer AS2/Premium audio system. Also, there are controls on the streering wheel so you don't have to worry about taking your hands off the wheel while driving. The audio system sounds great, I'm happy with it. As you can see its stock and I don't have any plans on upgrading it yet.
More information can be found at: SAAB 9-5 Soundsystem
I just installed a new CD Changer that I bought from a local wrecker North Queen Auto Parts. They are located in South Etobicoke and carry a lot of good used Saab parts. Heres a pic of the install.
Power and Economy, from Europe yes!!
New winter mats from Saab!!!! (11/12/03)
Driver's side door. Great place to put your stuff, easy to access while driving!!
Kilometers only!!! We don't use miles here in Canada but it would be nice if Saab put both, makes it easier when I go to the United States. It's a challenge but hey make a game out of it, makes driving fun!!!!!
The gauges at night, don't you just love that green and orange combination??
Low profile 215/55/R16 Pirelli's on the stock SAAB rims. Painted the calipers red. I'm thinking of changing the rims but I am unsure at the moment.
The inside controls, it's kind of like an airplane. Since SAAB also makes airplanes, they make their cars look like them... cool eh!!! Visit this link to find out moreSAAB.SE.
The shifter. S=Sport for better performance and speed and W=Winter which locks the transmission into 3rd gear to reduce the wheels from sliding hence giving the car better traction. The ignition and power window controls all in the middle. I find controls in the middle easier to access rather than most North American and Japanese cars.
The back seat.