Thanks mate. I have a Jag S type at the moment, but need to get shut as its playing up (surprise). I used to have a 9-5 and loved it, should have kept it. People like winding me up saying its just a Vectra, but I want another.ragtopcav said:Mostly bits and bobs; lots of commonality within the brakes and hub assemblies, there is a bit of parts exchange between the V6 petrol engines.
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When saab people say that, we tell them to go back to their C900 forum.rockinelectro said:People like winding me up saying its just a Vectra, but I want another.
It is. But is that a bad thing?Raven18940 said:When saab people say that, we tell them to go back to their C900 forum.
Cool lookin car! I'm not ashamed to share bits from that.woywitka said:It is. But is that a bad thing?
....*and away he goes to the C900 workshop*
No I'm just kidding. The 9-5 is an interesting car. Much faster and more comfortable than the Opel.
Epsilon is shared by Vectra C (current one) and 9-3/BLS/MalibuGONE FISHING said:I thought the "epsilon" platform from GM was used on both the Vectra and the 9-5. And I thought the "epsilon" platform meant the chassis!!!!
But I'm probably compleatly wrong.
Or in a C900SectorNine50 said:It's funny the fuss some people make about sharing a chassis. It happens in every car company everywhere, and is unavoidable. The only places you don't see it are on exclusive cars like Ferrari, Bugati (sp?), and Aston Martin.
Erm, sorry it was rather tongue in cheek, I meant my 9-5mark24 said:Well Chris I take it one is a company car [vectra] while the other is a personal choice [SAAB 9-5]
I'm right RIGHT!