Just been to see The Social Network. Very good film.
And on another personal note, can I just say I hope Mark Webber drives the wheels off his Red Bull next weekend and brings home Australia’s first F1 World Championship in 30 years. Go, Aussie Grit!
Saab Netherlands are pushing their cars towards the medical crowd, having just signed a deal offering special discounts to medical professionals there.
There are some 13,000 members in the professional organisation, all of whom will have access to special pricing.
Whilst I couldn’t find the press release they refer to, Autoweek.nl have the details.
This Saab 9-5 review at EVO isn’t a new one. I think it passed across my inbox last month but I didn’t cover it here.
It’s just passed by again, thanks to Pete Y, and I figured now’s as good a time as any.
It’s a little odd in that EVO are a UK-based publication and the Saab 9-5 copped a fair caning from the press there. Nevertheless, it didn’t stop the writer at EVO loving the new 9-5 and giving it 4 out of 5 stars.
I’d have one over a 5-series or an A6, no question. Objectively it’s as good, in some ways better. Subjectively, it’s about 200 per cent more interesting.
Good stuff, that.
Speaking of the 9-5, if you’d like to know a little more about the origins of the DriveSense system, click here.
I see a yellow Saab every time I walk out my front door. It’s a bit of a clown car, but I’m quite used to it now.
I don’t think I’d get so accustomed to seeing this yellow Saab every day, though.
Thanks to Mark C!