Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 01:37:12 GMT From: Saab Guy <nothingnospamo.com> Subject: Re: C stands for Classic and here is the "Historical Timeline"
On Wed, 24 Aug 2005 19:36:21 +0100 Grunff <grunffnospam.com> wrote: > Saab Guy wrote: > > > 1979-1994 (C900) - Classic 900 > > Ok. > > > 1994-1998 (NG) - New Generation 900 > > Ok. > > > > 1999-2001 9-3 > > Ok. > > > > 1984-1992 (C9000) - Classic 9000 > > 1993-1998 (NG9K) - New Generation 9000 > > I really don't see how - this classification implies that the change is > as significant as the C900-NG900 change - it is far from that. > > > > 1997-2005 (C9-5) - Classic 9-5 > > 2006-? (NG9-5) - New Generation 9-5 > > This seems quite likely, yes. > > > -- > Grunff Grunff, I wouldn't say that you can compare the changes between the C900-NG900 vs. the changes with the 9000. They are just "different" changes, and I don't think it's fair to use the Saab 900 to NG900 as the "transition" to compare everything to, it's just the first one that was called Classic vs. New Gen. Other vehicles can have changes, and don't need to be as identical to what the C900 went through. I mean really, if there were 101 change orders for the C900 into the NG900, does the C9000 need the same to justify it's new design being named NG9K? I wouldn't think so.. Maybe that's just my .02 cents SG