But why are these companies so keen to acquire the deeply troubled Swedish brand? The answer is that Pang Da and Youngman understand the value of a global brand.
Supported by cheap labor, Chinese companies can make products at very low cost, but they are still weak at brand-building.
Weak brands are especially problematic for domestic Chinese automakers because nearly all the global automakers have entered China.
As president of China's largest auto dealer group, Pang
So, I have been working on my carpc's wiring the last few days as it was quite cluttered before I got off of school for break. Will be posting pics and descriptions sometime soon.
[FONT=tahoma,sans-serif]Paris -11 décembre 2011 à 11h- Place des Invalides[/FONT] [FONT=tahoma,sans-serif]Rassemblement"Lumières pour Saab"[/FONT] [FONT=tahoma,sans-serif][SIZE=4]Saab, Sainte-Lucie, Roses blanches, Vin chaud, Ambassade de Suède....[/SIZE][/FONT]
I have a 2002 build 93 2.0t auto convertible which has developed an annoying whine/bearing type noise when driving. If I push the gear selector towards neutral the noise goes away, but returns when i take my hand off of the gear lever. The noise only appears under acceleration. Are there any bright sparks out there who might be able to give me a clue as to the cause before I jeopardise my bank balance to gearbox specialist.
Well, I decided not to mess with a hybrid turbo.... yet. I found a good deal on a used T3. It should be shipping today. I decided that I should get everything back together and find out whether or not I am satisfied with what the T3 can give me, given all of the other upgrades I'm doing, before I go bigger. Besides, I got it for such a good price, it just doesn't make sense not to....