Date: Tue, 15 May 2007 13:48:24 -0400
From: Fred W <>
Subject: Re: GM's excess baggage - Buick, Pontiac, Saab, Hummer

hippo wrote: > > Move on to the 94 NG and we not only got a column key, but it started a > car with inferior torsional stiffness and crash figures to both the 9000 > and the by then almost antique 900. Cue the V6 with some expensive > maintenance habits (brakes, steering and cambelts) and Subaru sales > started to go through the roof. So GM took them on board too....! Whoa. The NG900 has the key in the center console. It was the 9000 that had the key in the dash. The 9000 that came out 8 years earlier than the NG900, before GM bought its first 1/2 interest of SAAB in 1990. > > What I won't buy is a Chevrolaab or a Saabaru. so for now I'll keep > updating Outbacks and enjoy our nighttime coast and mountain drives in an > 81 turbo sedan that's just nice to drive. Cheers > Around these environs, you can buy a SAAB 9-2 for less than the equivelent Subaru. After having driven them, I wouldn't want either. -- -Fred W

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