14: 1989 Saab 900 SPG
The Saab is another beautiful example of Swedish engineering done right. Much like the Volvo cars of yesteryear, the Saab 900 SPG is a sophisticated blend of performance and reliability. Peter Gilbert got his 1989 Saab 900 SPG over the million-mile mark. “Amazingly, other than a hood replacement and a “few other parts” due to eight deer collisions and a transmission overhaul at 200,000 miles, the vehicle still wears most of its original equipment. Gilbert states that at the 600,000-mile mark it wasn’t using any oil, which he attributes to meticulous maintenance using synthetic fluids. It was then that he thought it might just go a million miles, and it did. Gilbert thinks it might go a million more if it weren’t for the harsh Wisconsin winters that have taken their toll on the frame and body.” – via Auto Blog
Naturally, most Swedish cars from this era are not as well-put-together as the Saab 900 SPG is. With sleek lines and an interior that still looks great to this day, the Saab 900 SPG is well worth the cost of admission. Saab has always had a special place in the Swedish car industry and the 900 SPG is well worth checking out.