Date: Thu, 15 Oct 1998 06:11:13 +0200
From: "Anders Tufvesson" <anders.tufvessonnopsamAMts-framtidsutveckling.se>
Subject: Re: SAAB 9-5 Grippen


Well, it is Griffin in Sweden as well. And the fighterplane from Saab is called Gripen. Just one p. The correct name is: Saab 9-5 Griffin 3.0 V6t Pros and cons then. Well, when Saab released the new 900 (now 9-3), they had a lot of problems. Now the 9-5 have been on the marked in sweden for about 7-8 month and the automagazines in Sweden have been looking after trouble on the 9-5. So far no problems. In fact my friends that have the 9-5 like it a lot. The only cars that can compete is Audi A6, BMW 5 and ofcourse Volvo S 80. In fact, in a Swedish Automagazine a test between these four cars, the winner was S80. Anders (yes, I am from Sweden) Mike Smith skrev i meddelandet <702su1$sb0$1nopsamprod.itd.earthlink.net>... >I think it depends on the language. I think the Swedish spelling is, in >fact, "Grippen", as it is named after a fighter plane that Saab builds (or >used to build? -- I'm not sure). > >-- >Mike Smith. No, the other one. > >Radek Hulán wrote in message <702omo$r20$1nopsam.cesnet.cz>... >>Sorry, the correct spelling should be 9-5 Griffin. >>Radek Hulan >> >> >> > >

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