Date: 11 Dec 1999 12:55:18 -0700
From: (Luc Bauwens)
Subject: Re: european delivery

In article <>, KRISSFAM <krissfamnopsamcom> wrote: >does anyone care to relate their experience with european delivery of a saab? >is it worthwhile from a financial point of view? otherwise? thanks It's smooth and it works very well. It also what worthwile for us from a financial standpoint. Now, we are currently in Europe and we needed a car anyway. In other words, I don't think you can say too much of the financial attractiveness if you don't specify the context. But put it this way: we paid CAD $ 32k for a plain vanilla 9-3 plus leather seats. Which is about US $ 22k. We'll be using this car in Europe for a few months (in the five weeks we have had the car, we have driven around 6000 km or 4000 mi already), then we'll be in the US for six months, and then we'll finally import the car back in Canada. Plus they paid a round trip from Canada to europe that we needed anyway. So sure, there is lots of value in this for us. And besides, they treat you well and the thing is very smooth. So, if you plan to take a vacation in Europe and you feel like driving at 140 mph on German freeways, go for it. (With standard disclaimers about being responsible etc...) Luc -- Luc Bauwens The University of Calgary, Department of Mechanical Engineering Phone: (403) 220 5792 Fax: (403) 282 8406

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