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for winter mode that looks pretty snazzy.
"Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you arenít. " - M. Thatcher
wow I am honestly impressed. 9-5 has come a along way. Nice new shoes!
wow, that whole car is pretty sexy. how does it drive?
Go Green with Diesel.
looking nice, tint would go well with the storm trooper business going on.
My old 9-5 has the 2.3 liter turbo four, 230 hp motor. I never thought it as being unrefined, but the contrast between the old Saab motor and the new V6 turbo is just astonishing. Maybe I'm just catching up - I suppose most or all of the high-feature V6's are this smooth these days -- but the V6 turbo is a great motor.
I had the car out on I-35 north of Albert Lea after I picked it up. I thought I was driving 80-85, only to look down at the speedo to discover I was doing 105.
My only real criticism is that it's hard to figure out where the edges of the car are. And it's a big car, so there's less margin for error than you'd like when trying to park it. It does have the parking assist, so it'll beep at you when you get close to something, but I'd rather be able to see the edges of the car if possible. This is a nitpick, though, and it's inherent in the design of most modern cars.
Goodness I love the new 9-5
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I have 20% on sides and 35% on the back window (Legal limit on back) and had 15% all around on my MDX.
I would say that a rear of 35% can be dark at night but still safe, 15 and 20 on the sides can be reflective at times though.
New 9-5 looks good man!
I have what I assume is 20% all around on my car (state trooper said it let through 23%, so it probably faded a bit). Anyway, if I get pulled over again I'll probably have it removed. It can be a bit dark for spotting things like pedestrians out the side window of the car when there is low ambient combined with headlights coming toward me. I've had both 35% and 50% on cars in the past and it was those were lots more reasonable in the dark, and didn't attract much or any attention from LEOs.