Book MOT Test Check for my Saab

Any car three years or older is legally required to have a valid MOT certificate. If you are looking to book an MOT for your Saab 93, Saab 95 or Saab 900, our network of over 30 garages can help. All of our garages are equipped with the most up-to-date diagnostic tools to ensure your Saab gets through its MOT as quickly, painlessly and cost-effectively as possible. Our skilled technicians are experienced at fixing any problems and getting you and your car back on the road. And although we are resolute in ensuring that our prices are the most competitive on the local market, we use only genuine Saab or Original Equipment parts. 
Knowing what to look out for when it comes to potential problems is half the battle. We pride ourselves on knowing our customers' most popular cars inside and out.

Saab 93

This good-looking and reliable car has a good MOT pass rate. The most common reason for MOT failure concerns suspension faults. Problems with brakes, tyres, lamps, reflectors and electrical equipment take joint second place.

Saab 95

Probably Saab's most important model, the Saab 95 is handsome and distinctively designed. It's a solid car, which gives a firm ride, although it still manages to be fun to drive thanks to nifty steering and enjoyable handling. For this model, it is lamps, reflectors and electrical equipment that most frequently let it down in its MOT. Brakes and suspension are the second most frequently occurring culprits, with tyres coming in a close third.

Saab 900

This is a quality executive car which holds its own well against comparable rivals. No longer in production, there are still plenty on the roads - and with good reason. It's roomy, well made and has an ergonomically designed interior. Although some owners have reported rusty door bottoms and screen surrounds as a problem, there is not too much else to hold against it in terms of its day-to-day use. When it comes to a Saab 900 MOT, around twice as many of the vehicles fail for reasons related to their suspension than they do for the next most common problems: brakes, steering and tyres.