Same here, mostly Linears (1.8t) but I did see one girl in a Graphite Green Aero. Very, very nice, er, yep, the car was too. :wink:mbodo said:One thing I've noticed on the roads a lot in Southern California is most women drivers are Linear drivers (in the SS model).
What I am surprised at, however, is the amount of (or lack thereof) women board members/contributors, as they seem to outnumber men on the road at least 3:1.
a 93"SS" sports sedan/saloon (depending on which side of the pond you live on). It's the 9-3 without the hatchback. Check out some of the other posts in this forum, plenty of pics from us migrant 93SS owners, looking for a board to live on.BurnsSide42 said:What makes it an "SS" I'm not sure If i know, or even hae seen one of these. Anyone got a link to pics and specs? Just curious - this is a fairly new Saab term to me still, mostly cause I think i've never seen one.
No way! I can't believe that that Philly has no 9-3's! You haven't lived until your eyes have feasted on the beauty of a 9-3SS ( a Vector/Aero in particular - I'm biased of course!) :wink:Just curious - this is a fairly new Saab term to me still, mostly cause I think i've never seen one.
I took awhile (I got mine at the end of April) - but i now I see them regularly. In fact, there's now a black Vector that parks in my parking lot at work.Finklejag said:I have only seen four SS's on the road in the 5 months of ownership. All were Linears.
There a ton Saabs here in the Cleveland, Ohio area. There are not that far behind the BMWs and Audis that are big here. There are plenty of 9-3 SS and older Saabs as well.Finklejag said:There is more of a SAAB presence in the Northeast and anywhere in the US. Thats why there is SAAB dealer in every other city up there. I wonder if the 9-2X will change that for the rest of the US?