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2008 9-3 Convertible


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I like the update. It doesn't look as cheaply done as the 9-5's MCE. I've also loved that green/yellow color on the convertible. Very flashy and different but still tasteful, IMO. The taillights don't really bother me. Seeing a Saab without the black plastic rub strips is a surprise to me and the SportCombi looks damn amazing without them.

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Well the similarities are pretty obvious. The air dam and the fact that they're both the same color can make anyone confuse the two cars :P

Using 2 vehicles of the same color isn't an accurate or credible means of saying they look similar..plus the 2 yellows are different hues :P

Also, the tail lights, and exhaust pipes are a clue that you may be looking at a car's ass not it's nose.

Still, if you see a Ferrari in a Saab that's not an insult to the Saab!

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I see one major reason why the tail lights should be at least a little difference - that black line across the middle. Half of the tail light is on the trunk lid, half in the rear fender. If the trunk lid isn't perfectly lined up, that black line will make it obvious. The one in the picture is not lined up, and at least to me, it is obvious. They need to tweek the design so that it hides any minor misalignments of the trunk lid. Would be a whole lot easier than having to tweek every car so that line lines up perfectly...

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