Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 22:22:12 -0000
From: "Iain McWilliams" <iainnopsamend.org.uk>
Subject: Re: That aero feeling


"Simon Watkins" <siwatkinsnopsamIEIO.org> wrote in message news:3c939fcb$1_2nopsamntp-1.news.uk.worldonline.com... > "Iain McWilliams" <iainnopsamend.org.uk> wrote in message > news:3c9376e9$0$20374$1b0f2dd5nopsamury.nildram.co.uk... [snip] > > After a couple of minutes to get used to an auto, last one I drove was six > > years ago, a wide grin had appeared on my face. Then I discovered Sport > > mode.... WOW it was like someone had lit an afterburner at the back of the > > car. From that moment on I was sold, my next car had to be an aero. Who > > needs salesmen when all the need do is give you the keys for an hour! > > Hehe, I was the same. I take delivery of mine in 3 weeks. :-) > > > All I have to do now is decide what colour... > > I went for Steel Grey with Charcoal leather. My current 9-5 is Silver > Metallic, as was my last one, so I wanted a change this time. I think with > the way they've rounded the lines off on the 02 models, the Silver now looks > less masculine, and the Steel Grey looks nicer. I'm not so sure about the > Silver Dash though - it looked awful against the beige trim of the > Demonstrator, though people say it looks nice in the Charcoal interior. > I'll reserve judgment, and I might end up treating myself to the Carbon > Fibre dash if I don't like the Silver. My current 9-5 is Cosmic Blue with Sand leather and I must admit I really like the light interior. My current thoughts are Black with Sand, after all black is the classic Saab Turbo colour. Alternates are Silver and Charcoal or Steel and Sand. The demo I drove earlier today was Black and Charcoal, but I felt the interior was too "dull". As to the dash... I was really anti the wood dash on my 9-5 SE but I've grown to like it. Hopefully I grow to like the silver dash of the aero, but I must admit I'm not immediately drawn to it. Iain

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