Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2007 14:11:15 +0100
From: Eeyore <rabbitsfriendsandrelationsnospamail.com>
Subject: Re: Have Saab reintroduced hatchback yet?


johannes wrote: > Adrian wrote: > > johannes (johsnospam-85635457321546-fitter.com) gurgled happily, sounding > > much like they were saying : > > > > >> Indeed they were. BUT... When the hatch or saloon 9k was replaced > > >> with the 95, they dropped the hatch completely. When the hatch only > > >> NG900/93 was replaced with the 93ss, they dropped the hatch > > >> completely. > > >> > > >> If hatches were such a sales success, why would they shoot themselves > > >> in the foot so solidly? > > > > > Just to clarify: The 9000 CD was produced 1988-1995, production > > > stopped 3 years earlier than for the 9000 CS. > > > > Odd, that - since there's several '97 CDs for sale on AutoTrader at the mo. > > Odd indeed. It may have been registered fist time in 1997 and still > produced in 1995? > > I bought a FIAT 132 Special end-of-line offer in 1981. It did have > some initial rust blistering which was fixed under warranty. One day > I found a paint shop ticket behind the sun visor, it stated that the > car had been in the factory's paint shop in 1978! When GM Europe introduced the mark 3 ? Astra, the convertible stayed as the previous model for several years in order to exhaust over-production. Graham

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