Date: Wed, 11 Feb 1998 10:28:14 GMT
From: SPAM=OFFturnedgenopsamail.com.au (David Turnedge)
Subject: Re: Saab at the Philly Autoshow


I saw an excellent Saab 9-5 exhibit last October in Sydney. The 9-5 was present - and free to climb in and out of - as well as a special head-on accident display which showed the passenger sections of the car intact - this is after a head on with a combined speed of over 100km/h. The 900 was represented by one loney (dirty) black 900 Anniversery edition (a standard 900 2.0 litre coupe with ridiculous rear spoiler). The 9-3 sounds interested... although it's said (and I've seen a picture) that the suspension tunes make the car ride higher than originally desiged... giving it a rather lame looking stance. The new grille and spoiler really help eek out the traditional Saab shape... from far away it looks similar in style to the 9-5 (albeit without the clamshell bonnet). David Turnedge, Sydney, Australia. (Remove SPAM=OFF when replying to messages via email.) (Remove SPAM=OFF from email address before sending email replies.)

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