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Saab 9-3 Sportcombi review by Dan Neil

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I completely agree regarding the interior.

Saab is currently at the top when it comes to GM interiors.

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>>"it retains Saab's like-it-or-lump-it interior design, with its odd but distinctive ergonomics. This is surely the most grown-up interior of any GM car sold in the U.S., with rich black soft-touch surfaces, affirmative switchgear and -- in the Aero -- warm metal accents. I love the car's cockpit, though it's by no means flawless."<<

Lessee: 'like-it-or-lump-it', 'odd', 'no means flawless'


'most grown up'.

Doesn't sound quite like 'the top' to me, but everyone has a different opinion.

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