Posting was challenged today by email correspondence and two mega entries coming online later – 2011 Saab 9-3 and 9-5 specs for the US market.
From Till, for those who complain about Saab v the competition…..
This weekend I attended an event and got the chance to take a ride in the backseat of a new A8 (Audi Shuttle Service). The interesting thing was that I had less headroom there than in the 9-5 I sat in a few weeks ago (both cars with sunroof). I am 1,98 m tall
Still I believe that the 9-5 should have more headroom but even Audi can’t do wonders with a car being one class higher…
Reports have come through today of Saab 9-5 and 9-3x sightings – in Spain!
Good to hear. Thanks Lars!
Following up from SaabRobz’s moose test last week, I received another crash report from a guy named Daniel.
This isn’t exceptional just because it’s another amazing Saab 9000 survival story. It’s also exceptional because Daniel’s from Argentina, a country from which there’s been precious little SU interaction over the years. Welcome Daniel!!
To his car, then….. Daniel’s currently driving a Saab 9-3 with a nice BSR tune to 245hp. Before that, though, he owned a series of Saab 9000’s. He even went to his wedding in one.
The last Saab 9000 he owned took a hit at 130 km/h…..
It doesn’t look too bad from the back, but check out the front….
Daniel survived this impact with just a broken toe and a few other bruises.
Not all accidents turn out this fortunately. I’m pleased Daniel’s did.
There really is no other safety quite like Saab safety.
Thanks to all who contributed to the following discussions:
I’ve received some fantastic emails from people in higher places about the quality of the discussion there. Things do get noticed.