Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 17:00:23 GMT
From: hohnopsamlid.invalid (Goran Larsson)
Subject: Re: Need an opinion about 9-5!


In article <80s7rtkgi6taft64pvlbutpr5oj6gl5bl4nopsamcom>, Peter Wilkins <wilkinspnopsamail.com.au> wrote: > Cruise control is the most non-intuitive device I have ever seen. The controls operate the same way as most cruise controls I have seen in other cars. The only non-intuitive thing about it is that it increments and decrements the speed in steps of 1.6 km/h. Saab should have made that 2 km/h and given the mile-people 5/4 mph instead. > Driving lights keep falling off if the spoiler gets bumped on the tarmac. What kind of roads are you driving on? The spoiler on the 98 model is not very close to the road. If you mounted "driving lights" (whatever that is) on your 9-5 then it is your responsibility to fasten them correctly. :-) -- G–ran Larsson Senior Systems Analyst hoh AT approve DOT se

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