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Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2003 09:00:08 -0500
From: "Nutmegger" <nutmegger_7717nopsamo.com>
Subject: Re: Changing suspension on new 2003 9-3?


"ma_twain" wrote: > I have been driving Saabs since 1986 - and I know they have a stiff > suspension, but you get the rewards of great handling. No roll on turns > or diving when braking. You can really hang the turns. It's what I love about them. >The Saab is a fun > weekend car, when I can pick smooth, open roads for fun. Unfortunately > the fun roads where the Saab excels are not the same roads I need to > take when I drive to work :-( Heh...well I don't think of it like that. If the road isn't smooth or open - I can still make my Saab excel in the handling aspect, maybe not the smoothness aspect. > > I am fortunate enough to be able to afford more than one car. So, you've got the best of both worlds then. >The > second car has a soft ride that soaks up the bumps and potholes. Its > handling is far more than adequate for the stop and go traffic in my > commute. This car is great for long trips and rough roads on my daily > commute to work. I love my Saab for long trips, it rides smooth on highways and I never get "car-butt" or back aches.

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