Date: Tue, 24 Aug 1999 11:21:41 GMT
Subject: Re: Ok, so I've picked up my Viggen. Thoughts...

In article <7pt3di$>, Roger Williams <> wrote: > I finally ditched Herb Chambers. I have never been so annoyed with a > car dealership in my life. So I decided to call the oldest Saab dealership > in America (40+ years) - Charles River Saab in Watertown, MA. Herb Chambers???? They are awful, I read about all these scams they did to their customers. > > Under the hood is a 2.3 liter turbo charged four cylinder. This car is > a torque monster! Everything you've heard about the torque steering is > true, but it's certainly not bad or difficult to deal with. You're so busy > zipping along, that you don't notice excessive torque. It sounds cool, now I'm going to test drive one. > > The shifting is also just right. Not notchy, not rubbery, just fine. > > The car also has every single gadget Saab could cram into it, except > rear heated seats. Do I care if my passengers have cold asscheeks? No. I > don't. The trunk room is astounding. The rims are stunning. The Viggen > logo? Tacky, but wonderful. I don't think I've ever seen so many people > stare at anything I was driving. Not so much "wow!" stares but "what the > hell is THAT?!" stares. The design certainly attracts attention. Yes, I'll just bet. It has lots of trunk room? Somehow I had thought it wouldn't be so great. > In a word - this is unlike anything I have ever driven in my life. I > hope I can keep it on the road, and out of the air. Ha!! Have fun, that is how driving should and a pleasure. A Saab just gives you that so easily. Sent via Share what you know. Learn what you don't.

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