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Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 23:44:29 +0000 (UTC)
From: Joe Morris <jcmorrisnospame.org>
Subject: Re: Two Saab reviews


"Jeremy Brown" <jerem43nospamnet> writes: >typo fix >"Jeremy Brown" <jerem43nospamnet> wrote: >>I have two really nice Saab reviews from the Boston Globe: [snip the first] >> The second is for the new 9-7x and, well, they said it was the most >> Saab-like of the GM Saabs: >> http://www.boston.com/cars/articles/2005/06/25/saabs_suv_was_worth_waiting_for?mode=PF Note that the review you cite is eight monts old. A very positive review of the 9-5 SprortCombi appeared in yesterday's (Sunday, 19 February) _Washington Post_ (p. G-1). The Post's web site requires registration (boo hiss) but the article is very good -- and the summary at the bottom of the article: Purse-string note: There's strong demand for this one, but you have room to bargain. It's a buy. Incidentally, for the first time (that I've seen it) in many, many years in any US general-circulation publication this article includes the phrase from which comes "SAAB": Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget. Elsewhere in the article is an interesting comment: Saab's current "Born from Jets" marketing theme plays off the company's military origins, which, judging from the SportCombi wagin I drove and the public's reaction to it, is a mistake. I would suggest: "Beautiful cars for beautiful people. Saab -- Bringing the World Together," because that is what I experienced driving the SportCombi [in Greensboro, Georgia]. Joe Morris

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