"Quirky." "Weird." "Odd but likeable." Those descriptions seem to follow me, but they also apply to Saab. Up until its 2012 demise, Saab was known for building cars that were decidedly different. How different? They used two stroke engines up until the 1970's and the original 900 had its engine installed backwards.
But if you like different, and have $15,000 to spend, a Saab is not a bad choice. Saab frequently marketed its cars as "born from jets," a reference to Saab Aerospace and the interiors of Saab cars reflect some of that lineage. The instrument panel is no-nonsense functional and features a switch to turn off all of the interior lights but the speedometer.
Even under GM's staid corporate umbrella, Saab produced some wild cars like the 9-3 Viggen which came standard with scads of torque-steer and a top speed of 160 MPH. It's no BMW M3 but it is different and fun to drive.
Think of Saab as the Christopher Walken of cars and you wouldn't be far off.