Date: Tue, 06 Jul 1999 05:11:05 GMT From: Donald Paull <dpaullnopsamnet> Subject: Re: Saab 9-7
Hell, before the 9-5 I drive now, I had a Ford Expedition. For the 2 front seat passengers, we had a selection of 4 different cup holders to use.. and it could accomodate anything from a soda can to a 32 ounce 'super size' drink from any fast food joint.. the second row only had 2 in the arm-rest that folded down and the 3rd row had 2 more.. At any rate, what I found was that I tended to leave empty glasses in the car because I still had free cupholders.. I think I prefer having only 2 like in the 9-5! Mark Herzberg wrote: > >Two cupholders : is it really important ? > > > > In America? You bet it is. Theres this whole thing called the "cupholder wars" > where all the minivans are competing for the most cupholders. There are even > whole adds that say: > "The all-new Honda Odyssey (which is very different from the European Honda > Shuttle, which is called Oasis in the US) has cupholders for you, and sixteen > of your friends" or something like that. > > See my car surveys at http://members.aol.com/pilot54563/page/index.htm! New > surveys almost everyday! > > Mark in Miami > mah4546/carorvannopsamcom > > funworld.com coming Aug 99 > Presented by the New Discovery. > $34,850 base. About $53,625 loaded.