A Saab floating out of the front yard on the boom of a crane, that's never a good sign. In fact, this Saab 9000 CD made it from the street in a ruthless way into private gardening property. For the way back to the public space, however, it needed this crane, visibly deformed. A 9000 is not an off-road vehicle.
That was in 1993. A lot has happened in vehicle safety since then. Passive systems have been supplemented by active ones, and without assistants who brake and warn automatically, there are no more stars in the Euro NCAP test. This raises questions for everyone who drives older vehicles every day.
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