A 9-3 fights back!

A little tired of the unofficial 9-5 month edging out the 9-3 from this blog, Brian in Canada sent me these pics of his 9-3 SportCombi eating a rather large load and confirming it’s status as the current spiritual successor to the 900 hatch, which could swallow a whale for dinner and still have room for dessert.

Yes, that is 40 cases of tennis balls – about the same dimensions as 40 cases of beer, just less weight and potential for disaster! My previous MY02 9-3SE HOT only held 30 last year, upgrading has so many benifits.

If anyone’s in need of several thousand tennis balls, I’ll pass on Brian’s details. As you can see, he delivers 😉

Man, those Sportcombis look like a heck of a nice ride.

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9 Comments

  1. Swade thanks for the post.
    I am glad somebody made the balls comment (see above)it was bouncing inside of me wanting to get out.

  2. I hope this is a rhd vehicle, otherwise filling them into the driver area is cheating. I wana try this with my c900, noone will beat me.

    Wait, its Canada. Are we allowed to calculate the luggage capacity including driver area? lol

  3. Those wheels- don’t think we see them here in UK – not sure about them- anyone else have view? What’s their code number?

    Nice colour car though.

  4. Those wheels- don’t think we see them here in UK – not sure about them- anyone else have view? What’s their code number?

    Nice colour car though.

  5. Wheels are stock for ARC or Linear in North America, ALU 57,”5 spoke open”

    Colour is Smokebeige Metallic.

    LHD, the cases are reflected in the window tint, passenger side also filled with 5 cases.

  6. Welcome Brian,

    Well wat-do-ya-know, it was the reflection that fooled me. Thanks for correcting me on that, I was getting all worked up over it.

  7. Mine´s exactly the same color 😉
    It is surprisingly roomy and without a doubt the best looking estate (I´m not biased am I!!)

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