Date: 8 Sep 2002 19:43:44 GMT
From: davehinznopsamcop.net
Subject: Re: New to Saab


Someone who looks an awful lot like Dennis Barlow <lowbarnopsami.com> wrote: > Bought my first Saab today. It's a 2002 9.5 Arc, silver with a charcoal > interior. He, Dennis - welcome to the group, and I'm sure you'll love the car. It appears to be a great car even if the controls are a bit > confusing. Love the ventilated seats. I didn't think I'd care much either way, but I'm now very happy that I have them. > Salesman told me regular unleaded > gas was fine but the manual is wishy washy. It says premium is preferred > but not required. Any words of wisdom? The Saab will be able to take advantage of the higher-octane fuels, and you'll get better performance with them. I haven't found mileage to be any different, just noticeably better response. > I like good acceleration and > handling but I will not be pushing the car to it's limits. Well, I burn premium (93 octane around these parts) all the time, but the owner's manual should list a minimum number - I don't know it offhand. But, my point is, it *will* take advantage of the extra octane rating by giving you better performance, if you choose to pay for it. Dave Hinz

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