Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 20:12:07 -0400
From: dscvnopsamltranet.com (Robert Anderson)
Subject: Re: Looking at the 9-5


In article <3558C6E8.84223F01nopsam.pipex.com>, Tom Lloyd <t.lloydgsdeenopsam.pipex.com> wrote: > This is a multi-part message in MIME format. > --------------0421E5BB5D44D95EA06F2547 > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii > Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > > I didn't mean to raise an argument. I just meant that I personally found > that the 9-5 gives better roadholding and comfort on long journeys. I > really enjoyed my 3 9000 SAABs. They were great cars and the hatchback > was a real boon - but I honestly feel that having lived with both > vehicles that the 9-5 is an improvement. Heck it's only my opinion - > there's room for supporters of both models. I'm in both supporters > clubs. > Regards Tom Lloyd - Happy motoring > I can see where you are coming from. I actually like the firm ride, but I haven't had the chance to take it on a long trip yet. See below. Last summer, we had planed to buy a new Ford Winstar. We carry a huge pile of stuff. A van seemed to be the ideal solution. My wife and I took one out for an extended test drive but we couldn't get excited. Then on the way home, we both realized our 11 year old SAAB with original shocks rode better than a new Windstar. Later, our local SAAB dealer let us try out a one year old 9000CS. We were hooked. The car is a real spoiler. The low pressure turbo engine is the finest I have ever driven. The leather seats feel great. The hatchback means we can still carry all our junk. Now, if I could pry my wife's hands of the steering wheel so I can drive it too. /Bob

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