Hi considering changing my 2007 Saab 93 Sportwagon diesel 90k miles for a 2010 95 model? I have seen some reports advising spares inc windscreens may be an issue on the 2010 model. Is there any truth to the shortage as this would add caution to buying a model from the current or last build range?Russ H
Country: United KingdomMake: SaabModel: 95Year: 2010Engine: 160bhp diesel
Hi . Thank you for asking your question on JustAnswer.thee is almost no parts availabilty other then used...They supplys are scarce and thin
i would suggest buying a vehicle that the manufacture is still in exsistanceThank you again for trusting us with your problem. John aka eauto
Thanks for the quick reply. I had also read that an official supply of Saab parts and spares is now available through the new uk company Saab Parts UK? Does this mean the situation is better in the UK or are spares still thin and patchy as you have seen?
they are still patchy... Dealer specific parts are tuff....brakes and suspension parts are mass produced..
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