I'm looking at a 2005 Saab 9-7x 5.3i Arc and have some questions about these vehicles.
- Do the Saab 9-7x models use the GM Displacement on Demand (DOD) feature to save on fuel during cruising conditions. What is the real-life MPG?
- Are problems about seizing and intermittent AWD engagement with the front/rear limited differentials affecting many 9-7x? What are the signs that indicate a faulty differential?
- Where do people take 9-7x vehicles for maintenance? The GM dealer or SAAB indys?
- What else do I need to look out for on these SUVs?
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