The major US auto manufacturers are changing their business model to not only rely on selling products and are evolving to providing services. Services like car- and ride-sharing. GM recently invested in Lyft. Technology, demographics and the environment where people live and work are driving this. Car ownership won’t be the only choice.…[Read more]
This brings back several memories! I recall sending the crew e-mail about the NG 9-5 being among the best (used) cars for young people with new drivers licenses. I had seen it reported by Autoweek.
Trued offered a nice diversion from the current NEVS news and his conclusions for future Saabs have merit. BTW, I think the Audi A5 and A7 are selling like “hotcakes.”
To the issue of lightweight being sturdy, just look at Jaguar Land Rover and their use of aluminum construction. The new Range Rover is 800 pounds ligher than the model it…[Read more]
Thanks Red J. After seeing your reply I did a search on SU and found the post on the Independence Editon that referenced how it was available in both a 6-speed manual and automatic. I did remember the NG 9-5 […]
Government does drive safety standards (and not always in the right way) but the auto insurers are also involved in the process since they have a large financial stake in minimizing pay outs for injuries and […]
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