Date: Wed, 21 Oct 1998 13:01:34 -0600
From: Garry <eurasianopsamoNOSPAM.net>
Subject: Re: Horsepower or Torque? Which is more significant?


r600nopsamejanews.com wrote: > > Hey Garry, check your data -- Saab has no relationship with Ford, but Jaguar > does. I guess in your book that makes Jaguar nothing special -- what I would > expect from an uneducated Nissan driver. Look around this post and you'll see > people who are passionate about a brand that delivers on performance and > safety -- good luck surviving an accident in your Maxima, or should I say > Minima? > > -----------== Posted via Deja News, The Discussion Network ==---------- > http://www.dejanews.com/ Search, Read, Discuss, or Start Your Own Yes, a while ago I did this mistake, typing Ford instead of GM. I am surprised you got into this with a Jaguar topic. Great car with good history. But Ford has nothing to do with this, unless you drive a Aspire with a feeling that it is a Jaguar. Real story. I was checking out 8 months ago a BMW 325 at Jaguar dealership. I had commented on new cars in front of the dealership, most British cars look beautiful to me. A dealership representative, knowing that I am interested in a Bimmer, told me: "Stay away from Jag's, They are very unreliable and expensive to maintain" So I am sure you will survive in a Jaguar, if your will make to the place of the accident. Hope Ford will help you with that. PS. I am probably talking to an Einstein (Sorry I don't know your real name ), because two masters degree in CS and ME are considered to be "uneducated" for you. Please, keep all flames under Jag's hood. -- Garry, '95 MaxSE *************************************************** * To contact remove NOSPAM from e-mail address * ***************************************************

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