Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 02:11:53 GMT
From: Marc Escuro <mgescuronopsam.com>
Subject: Re: Saab = Overpriced Crap?


On 10/8/01 4:48 PM, in article p4=BO9AitxS=BXGtkX+gcP3yZjh1nopsamcom, "dizz" <dizzNOnopsampro-ns.net> wrote: >> A $40K+ 4-banger that will keep up with a Jaguar S-Type 4.0 and an Audi A6 >> Bi-Turbo for $10-15K LESS. (Personally proved it.) > Front wheels a-hoppin' and a screachin' all the way. How > embarrassing! Nope. Dream on. For anyone in the Bay Area.... Going 135 mph on Hwy 92 going from 101 to 280 and hitting the uphill windy section, the 9-5 Aero handles like a dream. The Jaguar S-Type 4.0 lost traction. >> A $40K+ 4-banger that will out brake every car in it's class. > What class is that, the class of front-wheel-drive 4-poppers? Mid-luxury. 70-0 in 117ft. >> A $40K+ 4-banger that will match and/or out corner a Porsche Boxter. >> (Personally proved it.) > LOL! A Boxster. In your front-heavy, torque-steering, pile of crap. > Yeah, WE BELIEVE YOU! (Snicker) YES... A Boxster. > Hey, what's it like trying to accelerate in a corner with that POS? > (Let me guess, you think it's just fine, which would be proof positive > of how clueless you are.) I have no problems accelerating through corners. I do it all the time. >> A $40K+ 4-banger that has better mpg than most cars in its class. > Oh, come on, you really expect us to believe that their aren't MANY > front-drive 4-bangers that get better milage than your Saab? In it's class??? 31mpg on the AERO?? Makes every other car in its class a gas guzzling joke. >> A $40K+ 4-banger that will fit 3 full-sized golf bags in the trunk. > Just like an Accord! YOU POINT? >> I'm glad I got my 9-5 Aero. > Why not just buy an Accord 4-popper and turbocharge it? because I don't want to look like some ridiculous teenager with something to prove. -- Marc Escuro mgescuronopsam.com "...when all hope is gone, you know sad songs say so much..."

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