Date: 25 Mar 1999 19:12:03 PST
From: "Terragni" <Terragninopsamentric.net>
Subject: Re: Is 9-3 a real improvement over 900?


the the 900 wasnt changed to the name 9-3 until 1999. i park next to a 1997 900 everday in my 1999 9-3, and the body is exactly the same. but, the 9-3 has many improvements, the structure is much stiffer and safer than ever. i know many people who have had both 9-3's and 900's (first and second generation) and they say the 9-3 is faster, better handling and so on. Scott Nelsen <scottnopsamen.net> wrote in message news:36FA7F6A.D3E657E7nopsamen.net... > I wouldn't say the 9-3 is an improvement over the 900 - it's just a > "different" type of Saab. Different styling, some different options, > but same heritage. They are like cousins - different things but a > common past which ties them together. Hard to say which is "better". > > However, the 1996-1999 9-3s ARE an "improvement" over the 1994-1995 > 9-3s. The 9-3s in the early GM years were dogs - stay away from them or > they'll bite you. > > Most people will say that the "classic" Saab design is the 900 from 1993 > and before. > > Scott > 1991 900s Convertible > 1992 900s Sedan > > Robin Silk wrote: > > > > Has anyone experience of both the 900 and new 9-3? I have read that > > there have been a number of improvements made to improve quality & > > reliability. > > > > Reason for asking: I am currently considering the 9-3 vs VW Passat. > > > > Robin D.F Silk

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