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I understand why, since there has been very little activity on the SaabUnited page… And you have to turn your attention somewhere else since there is very little to write about.
But do not get the point of an amateur blog focusing on amateur test drives. Really nice car, drives wonderful etc…?
I turned to SU and TrollhattanSaab back in…[Read more]
Good, that was my belief.
But great to hear it from an expert!
In doubt JC worked for free for over a year. If that would have been the case, surely you might be right.
I would say that as soon as JC signed the agreement with Saab and started to work for Saab, nothing he […]
I doubt JC could sell the design to Spyker, after all it was designed for Saab and the intellectual property rights are owned by them. Working as a consultant or as an employee, it doesn’t matter.
The rights […]
rask commented on the post, PRESS-RELASE: NEVS acquire main part of Saab and the Saab brand name! 2 years ago
Do you have model year and engine of your friend’s vehicle?
Like I stated in the reply to you, it was most likely an outgoing engine and last year’s model…
At least the owner is not a 1/100 of Volvo. Like Spyker was!
And frankly, we don’t care about where the money comes from as long as we get build good cars. It’s also a lot better than having no money at all…
Totally agree, more things are coming up!
The C30 is an outgoing model. Replaced be the V40 the other day. Check out the reviews, they have been excellent!
Not really. It’s a small dipp from very high sales levels…
Like I said, checking the Volvo website for an S60. The lease cost is $299.
4 month free is a $1200 saving.
I replyed Ronnie_Rad. And he said four months, no payment. For the S60, it starts at $299 per month for a 36 month lease (very good deal by the way). And you get 4 month for free.
This is $299 x 4 = $1116. […]
I can understand that some of your former Saab-friends are very diappointed and I feel for them as well. However, I think this is not the time to cry wolf and prophetize the death of Volvo.
We have to […]
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