I’ve never heard of a place called Waxahachie and I could make an educated guess that it’s not on SaabUSA’s list of Saab hotspots. But maybe it will be.
The Waxahachie Daily Light is featuring a review of the 2008 Saab 9-3. If my own gushing about the improvements made to this car haven’t been enough to convince you to at least check it out, then maybe the writings of a non-Saab guy might convince you to get down and have a look.
Neal White, our host for this test drive, states in no uncertain terms that that’s exactly what you should do.
While every week I recommend vehicles to add to the list for consideration for those in the market for that particular type of car, crossover, SUV or truck, the 2008 Saab 9-3 is a vehicle I strongly urge everyone to visit the nearest Saab dealership and take a test drive.
We can talk about the bi-xenon cornering headlights, Bose Centerpoint Surround Sound audio system, its passive rear-wheel steer suspension and advanced electronic stability program later.
You’ll thank me next week.
I don’t know how familiar Neal was with Saabs prior to this one-week review, but it seems he got the bug that many a Saabisti gets when they drive one for the first time:
And while I noticed — and also appreciated — the extra horsepower under the hood, I’m absolutely smitten with how well the new Saab 9-3 performs on the road.
Without question, this is one of those vehicles you look forward to driving. I take that back. It’s one of those vehicles that you look for reasons to go somewhere just for the chance to get behind the wheel.
Does that sound familiar? I still look for reasons to just go for a drive. Need milk? I know a shop about 15 miles away…..
It’s a fairly short writeup, but I think you’ve got the idea that Neal liked the car. Click on through to find out why.