• Rex Roy Posted: 6/1/2009 2:38pm PDT

    Saab will still get their 9-4. While the components you noted are used in Saabs, the V-6 is from GM Powertrain in Michigan, not Saab in some part of Sweden. Also, GaMike, the 2010 Equinox and SXR are built on two different platforms. The new SRX is on a premium crossover that is not (repeat) NOT the same as the Equinox's revised Theata platform.

  • Sherrie Posted: 5/28/2009 6:54am PDT

    "Ms."

    This car is absolutely beautiful! My neighbor has one and I loved the ride-felt like I was surrounded in luxury. Compared to the Lexus-no comparison-those cars are still boring and are not in the league with the Cadillac.
    Thanks for the good news about pricing!

  • GaMike Posted: 5/27/2009 5:28pm PDT

    "Caddy Equinox?"

    Wouldnt one expect the price to drop?

  • Stan Posted: 5/27/2009 12:48pm PDT

    "What about Saab?"

    Wasn't this supposed to be a twin of the Saab 9-4X? The turbo 6 and the Haldex cross wheel drive are from current Saabs. I wonder if Saab is left out now because of it's exit from GM-Land. I would think that a 9-4X like this would sell a lot more than the current re-badged 9-7X