There’s been a little bloodletting in comments about the revelation that OnStar will be standard in the 2008 Saab 9-3.
So what’s the problem? Well, if you have OnStar, apparently you can’t get Bluetooth. I’m unsure as to whether it’s a technical thing or a contractual thing, but there’s plenty of people willing to make some noise about it.
Are they the vocal minority or the genuine voice of the people?
Saab may just be watching, so have your say in the poll………….and elaborate in comments if you feel so inclined.
If this is as unpopular as I think it is, then it just makes no sense to deny your customers the choice. Offer an incentive to take up OnStar if you like, but at least offer the choice. I don’t use Bluetooth myself, but if I did I’d want the option without having to do an aftermarket fitment.
Note: There is a Bluetooth solution for the US market available from Saab. It’s a de-badged Motorola unit and your local dealer should know about it.