Date: Fri, 26 May 2000 20:45:16 +0200
From: RCS <>
Subject: Re: Safety of 1994 Saab 900 Convertible

It would be very nice if youīd also have some facts if you tell something like this!! Itīs true that the NG900/9-3 has no explicit roll over protection for the rear seats, but the front windscreen has an integrated roll over bar and better than the thin frames of a lot of others convertibles (but most of them have a roll over protection for the rear...). The car has more than 65% of the weight in the front area and so itīll lie very sure on the front hood afer a roll over! BTW: itīs also not nice if you are crunched by your deformed metal roof after an roll over and all SAAB convertibles have a very solid metal frame construction if the top is closed. Greetings, RCS "Scott A. Stratmoen": > In article <Pine.GSO.4.21.0005231943230.22416-100000 > nopsaminal0.Stanford.EDU>, says... > > Consider the following. The Saab convertible has zero protection in a > roll over. Still want the car? > > > If anyone had any articles or information concerning the safety of > > the Convertible (government ratings, insurance ratings, whatever) or the > > safety of the convertible in relation to the hard top, I'd appreciate it > > if you let me know about them. My parents won't let me buy a convertible > > unless it meets certain safety standards. I'm desperate, please help! > > > > Thanks > > nate oleson > > > > > > > >

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