Saab Repair & Service
Saab cars, especially the turbo models, became popular in the 1980s when young professionals sought them out for their utility and quirky hatchback body style. While the brand no longer produces cars today, there are still many Saabs on the road, from the vintage 900 Turbo to the 9-5 sedan, which is still impressive for its safety technology. If you drive a Saab, bring it to YOUR SHOP NAME Service Department in YOUR SHOP CITY/STATE and we'll take care of any repairs you need, and keep your Saab on the road.
When your Saab needs a repair, YOUR SHOP NAME will take the time to thoroughly diagnose the problem and pinpoint the component or system that's causing your car to perform poorly. We're honest mechanics, so we'll never suggest a repair that you don't actually need, or replace parts that still have life in them. Simply because one part has gone bad doesn't automatically mean you need to replace every belt, hose, or bolt in its vicinity. Our mechanics at YOUR SHOP NAME Service Department in YOUR SHOP CITY/STATE will let you know what you need to do to make sure your Saab is safe and reliable once again-no more and no less.
We know it's inconvenient to be without your Saab for any amount of time, whether you drive it every day or not. That's why we take care of your Saab services in YOUR SHOP CITY as quickly and efficiently as possible. We also treat every vehicle we work on as if it were our own, paying attention to details and answering your questions all along the way. Our team, from our owner to our service writer to our mechanics, want you to be completely comfortable with the auto repairs we provide, and we want to help your Saab run better for many years to come!
At YOUR SHOP NAME in YOUR SHOP CITY, we provide the following services for Saab and other Import and domestic vehicles:
NEW CAR SERVICE & REPAIR - WARRANTY
Do I have to use the Saab dealer for repairs and maintenance to keep my warranty in effect?
No. An independent mechanic can do routine maintenance and repairs on your new Saab. In fact, the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, which is enforced by the FTC, makes it illegal for manufactures or dealers to claim that your warranty is void or to deny coverage under your warranty simply because someone other than the Saab dealer did the work.