Saab 9-3 Cabrio *pics*

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  1. RenaultFreak

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    :eek3: I'd drive one :eek3: *click the thumbnails for the big pics* :cool:

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    Nice huh? :hs:
     
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    emericanchaos Beer Crew #001

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    yeah. fwd?
     
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    tis gonna be my wallpaper at work :big grin: :wiggle:
     
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    yup

    1.8 and 2.0T engines and a 6 speed manual as an option
     
  5. Eskimo Yo-Yo

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    meh, so so
     
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    regular cabrios will never be aggresive or extremely sporty (with a few exceptions) so yes, it's so so but I think it's extremely good looking...

    but the thing is that by money I'd still drive the Megane CC, it's got a 2.0T engine too and costs much less + it has a real roof + pano :cool:

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    that's sad. was hoping for at least awd.
     
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    never heard of that but it looks nice.
     
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    if you don't like those you can always pick the Audi :cool:

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    why would you need awd in a cabrio? it's not like you'll take it rallying or into deep snow :ugh2:

    jeesus, common sense! some of you have no idea when you blurt this "no awd/rwd, no care" :mb:
     
  11. Eskimo Yo-Yo

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    no way on the audi.
     
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    if i'm racing i'd rather stay on the gas and steer the opposite direction then have to hit the brakes.
     
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    :rofl:


    :ugh2: so you'd race a cabrio?!? bhwaahahahahahah :rofl: :bowdown:

    let's ignore the fact that they are slow but lets focus on the safety...you'd race a cabrio :mamoru: :mamoru:

    slow + doesn't handle as well due to body stiffness + no roof = :slap: never race a cabrio man...
     
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    copied to avoid more retardness oozing from main forum ppl

    :)
     
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    I would love that SAAB as a daily driver. FWD sucks, but it makes up for it in style.
     
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    I used to own two RWD cars before I got my first FWD car. I don't really see any negatives to FWD besides torque steer. I am used to how RWD pushes you as you drive, and it does feel a little better from a driving perspective, but no big deal. Turning radius is not as tight with FWD, but it doesn't make that much of a difference unless you are parking all day.
     

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