Date: Sat, 05 Aug 2006 14:41:17 GMT
From: (Kevin Rhodes)
Subject: Re: 9000 CS vs. Aero...what's the difference?

In article <>, "Nasty Bob" <> wrote: > >The Saab 9000 was available in 5 basic flavours - >2.0 litre low pressure turbo (LPT) >2.3 litre LPT >2.0 litre Full pressure trubo (FPT) >2.3 litre FPT >2.3 litre FPT Aero (Hot) > >If you like fast cars, hold out for a 2.3 FPT or Aero. >If you like to cover a lot of miles in comfort go for the LPT's. The >LPT's or "eco-power" models have turbos, but use them mainly to help >efficiency so they get slightly better mpg. > >I used to have the 2.0 CS LPT. Recently got an Aero & the difference is >incredible. The LPT covered 0-60 in around 10 secs, my Aero does it in >just over 6.0 so I find it a lot more fun to drive :) IMHO > The OP didn't say where he is, but in the States all 2.0l turbo 9000s have 160hp, BUT, there is no such animal here as a 2.0l CS/CSE turbo or not. They are all 2.3s with 170hp, 200hp or 225hp for the turbos. I thik the non-turbos had 130 then maybe upped to 150 for the late ones. No torque though! But there is more than just the engine that is different between an Aero and an lpt car. The Aero has big-bolstered sport seats front and rear and a much stiffer suspension with larger wheels and tires. Also has a different body kit with a bigger front air dam, side skirts and a trunk lid spoiler. More interior luxury toys as well, though I think you could get all that stuff as an option on the base cars too. Kevin Rhodes Westbrook, Maine, USA '00 9-5 SE V6t Wagon (200hp) '92 C900CVT (160hp)

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