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Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2007 20:26:52 -0400
From: "Hang Bush the War Criminal" <nonospam.com>
Subject: PS: 93 9000 CSET vs 2005 Infinity G 35


PS. Forgot to mention FWD. I'll take FWD superior abilities in bad weather conditions over RWD superiority in ideal conditions any day. I live in NYC, not SOCAL I enjoyed watching a Mercedes CL sliping & sliding up a little hill in snow this winter being passed by little putt-putts like Tercels and Fits. I'll give the edge in safety to G 35 with its multiple airbags and ESC. Only 1 airbag in the 9000 but it's no safety slouch. "Hang Bush the War Criminal" <nonospam.com> wrote in message news:46800b25$0$10851$88260bb3nospam.teranews.com... >I just sold my house, got a little extra cash burning a hole in my pocket >so I thought I'd treat myself to a new car. I've been researching the >luxury-mid luxury market - everything from BMW 745i to Lexus ES to Infinity >G35 - and settled on the G35 as the ideal combination of style, >practicality, safety, economy, reliability. Before shelling out $25-$30k >for a low mileage 2005 G35 sedan my practical side decided to do the >numbers and compare it to my 93 9000. > > mileage: > G 35 19/26; Saab 20/32 US mpg (my experience) > > interior: > G 35 adequate room, up to date styling & features, almost new car smell; > Saab adequate room, very comfortable > > cargo capacity: > G 35 14.8 cu ft; Saab 23.5 cu ft!!!!!!!! > > performance: > G 35 0-60 6.1; Saab 7.0 > > reliability: > G 35 It's an Infinity; Saab It's a 13 y/o 180k miles Saab > > So, I got to thinking. The Saab still runs like new, all major components > have been serviced or are in excellent working order, with the turbo I > really enjoy driving it. Do I really need to spend $25. for worse fuel > economy, marginally better performance, somewhat better handling (I can't > remember the last time I was at a race track), a lot less cargo capacity > and a nice new interior??? In the end I decided to keep the 9000, spruce > up the interior (the front seats need restiching), get a new stereo, > shampoo the rugs, Lexol the leather, wash and wax it, invest the $25k in > commodity options (gold, silver, oil, uranium - you heard it here last) > and save the environment by consuming less. Once again goodness prevails. > Now all we have to deal with are hunger, poverty, global warming, oil > depletion, environmental degredation, "terrorists" and corporate whore/war > criminals in charge of the largest pile of WMDs in the world. > > > -- > These photos are only of a very tiny fraction of the thousands of Iraqi > Civilian Victims who have been terrorised, humiliated, injured, maimed > and killed through British and American bombing of civilian areas in > various cities of Iraq. Due to lack of security, independent reporters > could > not and still can not reach many areas to photograph and report the > atrocities. Several independent reporters and journalists were > deliberately bombed to prevent them reporting the atrocities. > > Please note that some of these pictures are not suitable for small > children and those who have weak hearts. > > http://www.robert-fisk.com/iraqwarvictims_mar2003.htm > > http://mindprod.com/iraq.html > > > -- > Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com > -- Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com

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