Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2005 15:49:49 GMT
From: Johannes <johsnospam-never-gets-through-sizefitter.com>
Subject: Re: Saab 9-6x photo


Malt_Hound wrote: > > Pooh Bear wrote: > > Shane Almeida wrote: > > > > > >>On Wed, 27 Jul 2005 23:56:35 +0100, Pooh Bear wrote: > >> > >>>They are typically considered as 'executive cars' though. Heck, there's > >>>enough toys in them ! > >> > >>And luxury SUVs are the new executive car. > > > > > > I'll pass on that one. I have *no* desire to own an SUV. Never mind the fact > > it doesn't appeal, I'd be embarassed to own one. > > > > Graham > > > > > > Really? Would you also be embarrassed to own a 19 foot powerboat too? > How then would propose that one would trailer said boat to the water? > Surely not with your SAAB, turbo charged or otherwise. > > I just got back from 2 weeks vacationing at a beautiful lakeside > cottage. I hauled 4 people, their luggage, 2 retrievers and my > powerboat 250 miles each way with one vehicle. It was one of those > damned SUVs! *gasp* A V8 Ford Exploder no less! > > SUVs are just vehicles. They have a purpose, it is just not for > transporting humans around. For that there are much better instruments. True, but the point made was that SUV is now THE car to have for the middle classes. That has nothing to do with off-road driving or pulling boats. I don't understand it either, maybe I'm too old. It may just be that the SUV is seen as more substantial. It's probably more difficult to damage by trivial collisions, but my Saab 9000 has proven very tough in this respect.

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