To me, even the Aero looks like it's riding on stilts! I have lowered every SAAB I've owned, and I always have trouble getting them low enough. Right now my 9000 Aero is lowered 55 mm in the front and 40mm rear, and I wish I could lower it another 15-20mm in the front. Taking driveways and speedbumps at an angle comes naturally after a while, and it's a small trade off IMO for getting the car to sit *almost* the way it should from the factory. OH yeah and of course you have to stop way short of the concrete bumper in parking spaces ;-)
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