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Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2003 15:47:57 +0000
From: Johannes H Andersen <johsnopsamzsizefitterzzzzz.com>
Subject: Re: What to call the "new" 9-3 ?


Goran Larsson wrote: > > In article <3E7A5E85.532EE60Enopsamfitter.com>, > Johannes H Andersen <johsnopsamfitter.com> wrote: > > > In reality, Saab is not very good at naming their cars. The 900 was a longer > > 99, but 900 span two different cars, the 9-3 now makes the same mistake. > > Saab isn't the only manufacturer that does this. How many different > Corollas did Toyota make? How many different 911 did Porsche sell? > How many different Ford Mustangs has there been over the years? Apart from generations, Toyota makes one Corolla only, and stuck to that name. That's the difference. Saab not only has different cars with the same name (900, 900), (9-3, 9-3) but also same cars with different names (900, 9-3). I suppose a generic name could be: Saab 9TIOBM3R Saab 9TIOBM5R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9TIOBM3R= (hit the wrong key) this is our BMW 3 series replacement 9TIOBM5R= (hit the wrong key) this is our BMW 5 series replacement Johannes

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