Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2003 23:32:43 GMT
From: "SPL" <SPLnopsam.net>
Subject: Re: in love with my saab


I am a Senior in high school who owns a 2002 Saab 9-3 SE Turbo. I too am in love with my car. On weekends, my car has this sort of gravitational pull on me. I end up sitting in my car and listening to my radio. I would consider my Saab as a satisfying cacoon. I am no the only one who feels this way...my friends who own Saabs (one owns a saab 9000...loves the car) feel the same way. My 205 horsepower engine is like nothing I have driven. I have driven a Volvo s70 AWD, Dode minivan, honda accord, honda civic, saturn, and volvo 850 glt. The only car that is similiar to my car in quickness was the volvo 850 glt. However it felt like i was driving a refrigerator around. I have a 30 minute commute to my school everyday. I love to be able to drive my saab to school. My friendss are envioius of me...they refer to my Saab as the "Super Saab"...and that "steve is going to hit warp 5 soon"...or "steve will finally get his Saab to fly today." All jokes aside...a young enthusiest had to vent on his car. Gotta bounce...later! "Jules" <julesnopsameventhinkaboutspammingme.slidejules.com> wrote in message news:JQuhb.22$CL5.8nopsamr2.u-net.net... > Yesterday I had to go for quite a long drive in my mum's VW Passat. This is > the first car I've driven since buying my 9000 about 6 months ago. When she > first bought the Passat, I used to think it was quite quick for a diesel. > It's a TDI 110 estate... But, driving it yesterday it felt so staggeringly > slow! Especially on the motorway... floor it at 70 and nothing happens! > Floor mine at 70 and you're doing 90 before you know it! It made me realise > that I am totally in love with my car. It does absolutely everything I want > in a car, and very well too. > > Just thought I'd share that with you. > > Seeya, Jules > > >

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