The SAAB 96 was a slow car, with 0-60mph dispatched in a sundial stopwatch friendly 15 seconds...or so. Don't make the mistake of confusing slow with un-fun, as a SAAB 96 is not a Prius-like appliance and will provide a thrill a minute. Take cruising down hill, for example. Most cars it is a simple choice of which gear to select for engine braking, but the 96 uses a freewheel clutch designed to prolong the life of the previously fitted 2-stroke engine and it lets the car cruise down a hill while the engine settles to a peaceful idle. Need to pick up speed, just mash the gas and as soon as the engine revs match trans speed the power gets put to the wheels. Want engine braking -- just hit a floor mounted switch and the trans gets engaged...fun stuff.
The masochist would select a 2-stroke SAAB, but the Ford Taunus sourced compact V4 engine is the better choice for all around driving (that is correct, a four cylinder vee setup similar to oddballs like Lancia's Fulvia or the 2014 Porsche 919 LeMans Hybrid Prototype racer). The 1.7 liter V4 is good for 65 horsepower and it a top speed of over 90mph. The interior in this one
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