Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 01:07:08 -0500
From: "Barry Test" <abcnopsamcom>
Subject: Re: Why do Saab's have such poor RESALE VALUE?

If you keep a car for 10 years, which I do, the resale value is a moot point. Barry "Just Bob" <> wrote in message news:sributg44kd2pbkgqghk0qaqooo6bcnkrnnopsamcom... > On Sun, 04 Nov 2001 18:03:26 +0000, H. <> > wrote: > > >Moreover, the chap in Audi thought that going > >literally round the block - about a mile and a half, with him driving > >for half the time would be enough to convince me to buy an Audi..... I > >dont think so! > > I'm not sure what it is with some of these salesDorks. I've run into > that at many different dealers/makes. I don't know if they are bored > of sitting around the office and want to drive a little or what, but > they seem to think that a test drive means watching them drive. They > also take you on these tight little test courses they have worked out > with the instructions from the Salesman's manual "all right turns, > avoid traffic lights, and turn the radio on as soon as the car is > started to cover up any odd sounds" (substitute left turns if you > drive on the 'other' side from us in the USA). > > The dealers that I've actually bought cars from said "here are the > keys, try it out, let me know what you think". Off I go, and I > often buy. > > > -- > Bob > > United We Stand

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