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Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2003 20:28:48 +0000
From: Grunff <>
Subject: Re: And this

Brandon Thomas wrote: > Ok, this is probably a silly question that may have passed by here before, but I > gotta ask. > > What is the difference between a '99' and a '900'? > > Model years? Substantial design changes? Country designation? > > Inquiring minds want to know! :^) Quite a few differences. Here's a list of the main ones: *Size (900 longer + slightly wider) *All the body panels *Space under the bonnet - there's a much bigger space between the front of the engine and the rad in a 900. *Dash - totally different The body shape is very similar in design. Both 99 and 900 came in saloon (with a boot/trunk) and hatch. In essence the 900 was the 99's replacement. It's a more comfortable car, but some would say not as much fun (a 99 8vT is a real hoot). -- Grunff

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