Date: 21 Sep 2007 13:51:12 GMT
From: Adrian <toomany2cvsnospaml.com>
Subject: Re: Have Saab reintroduced hatchback yet?


johannes (johsnospam-85635457321546-fitter.com) gurgled happily, sounding much like they were saying : > I concede that there are differences of opinion and 1995 may not be > strictly correct, but the CD was taken out of production before the > CS. Here are some total production figures that I found: > http://www.saabhistory.com/2007/01/25/the-saab-9000-1984-1998/ Ummm, Johannes... That very page says... "1998 model - The CD variant was taken out of production." > Saab 9000 CC 216385 So that's hatch 84-92 - avg 27,000 per annum > Saab 9000 CD 112177 Saloon, 89-98 - avg 12,464 per annum > Saab 9000 CS 174525 Hatch, 92-98 - avg 29,087 per annum > A clear victory for the 9000 CS! OK, now somebody's found some real figures - yes, I'll cheerfully accept that the hatch was indeed selling more across the life of the 9k. I'm also surprised that the facelift hatch sold more per year than the pre-facelift. I suspect that's because it didn't have any real rivals left as an exec-class hatch. Sales in '97 were certainly way down on '96, but that may just have been that it was so ancient by then.

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