Date: Mon, 17 May 2004 01:48:36 GMT From: nph <noemailnospamam.com> Subject: Re: Any feedback on 2004 convertibles?
Thanks for the feedback. No it is the wind/heat issue... Actually I live in Texas but since I travel a lot to Sweden and Europe it is a great match for me! What color do you have? /Peter In article <j2h9a09uqipu7di4ir9p735rcmpnsn0d9tnospamcom>, -Bob- <uctraingNOSPAMnospamanet.com> wrote: > On Fri, 14 May 2004 04:24:28 GMT, Peter <garbagenospamsafe.com> wrote: > > >Thanks for all the info and feedback. Really glad I finally got some > >feedback. > >I will probably put in an order for a new convertible next week with > >European delivery. I have already a trip planned to Europe so the way I > >see it I just get extra rebate! > > Can you bring that back to the USA? Or is Europe your home town? > > >Test drove one a few times and even borrowed one for 24 hours. Must say > >I like our new Saab dealer in North Dallas, the old one downtown has > >some really sleezy sales guys. My impression is that the 2004 has > >almost no body flex but the road feeling is not quite up to BMW. > >It beats by far both Volvo, Audi and Mercedez in that aspect though and > >with European delivery I get a price that beats the BMW by at least > >$5000 and there is a lot more included with the price than the BMW. > >Two climates zones, really good seats, remote operaton of top. Leather > >seats included etc etc. plus the yellow color is great. Not sure what > >my >girlsfriend thinks of it though... > > The color or the convertible ? My significant other is not fond of the > wind/hair issues. > > > >Plus the fact that a Saab > >convertible is built at the same factory in Austria as the BMW X3 gives > >me a god reassurance about the build quality. Engineering quality > >remains to be seen though. > >