Pandamasque wrote:R.I.P. http://www.pistonheads.com/news/default ... =25816.htm
The 9-3 saloon uses an electric rear axle and small petrol engine to drive the front wheels to create a full four-wheel-drive system. Coupled with the trick eLSD the 9-3 ePower actually promises to be the best-driving Saab of recent times. It's also thought NEVS has bought the rights to the Phoenix platform (the all-new vehicle architecture that was to underpin future Saabs), which it will re-engineer to make suitable for hybrid and electric powertrains and produce a range of new Saab-branded vehicles.
richard_leeds wrote:I should have phrased my post better. It was a good feature in principle, and it worked on my father in law's 9-5, but on our 9-3 the aircon and radio panels stayed illuminated, and couldn't be dimmed to zero either. We tested this with a couple of other cars of the same model at the dealer and they were the same.
I find the VW blue to be easy on the eye.
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