Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2005 22:03:45 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <pjghnospamyonder.co.uk>
Subject: Re: 9000 Questions Re posted


in article MPG.1d4cbdadea3b135f989983nospam.individual.net, Sleeker GT Phwoar at carl.robsonnospamcing-czechs.com wrote on 23/07/2005 22:05: > In article <oewEe.533$dN6.374nospamnews.blueyonder.co.uk>, > alistairdorenospamo.com says... >> I would definitely go with the pop out screen, looks neater by a long way. >> >> 9000 too big? Again a late 9000 over a NG900 would be my choice too. >> > TBH, a C900 FPT convertable with Aero kit would be my choice. > The 9000 FPT (CSE/Anni/Aero) "is" the compromise. > But Women, what can you do. You can tell 'em what's what and get on with it :) .... Or not :)) Does she drive? If she does, then your choice of car will of course be affected by that. If not, then give her the best you can for the money you have. The right 9000 Anni/Aero would make for a very comfortable, "posh" and plush car. My Debo begs for us to drive the C900 on long journeys - she says it's the most comfortable car she's ever been in. I do find that a little difficult to believe, since my Orca is lowered and has hard suspension and wheelie-pulling torque, but she finds it a sleeper on long journeys! I've only ever been in the passenger seat (or rear seats) when I've been to p*ssed to drive and in that state, it's pretty *uncomfortable* - apart from opening the rear window and listening to the exhaust :) My Mum raves on about SAAB seats; so much so, I almost bought them the interior from a 9000 off e-Bay, but they bought a Daimler around the same time which is the most comfortable car *I've* ever been in. It seems both an obvious choice and a very difficult choice to make - the 9000 is the right car. I'm sure of that. You love it ... Just get the right one to make a believer of your good lady. What about the CD model? I fancy the longer boot makes for a more conventional looking car. Just my "couple of coppers" :) Paul Vart tog v”gen v”gen? SAAB : Nothing on earth comes close

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