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Saab 9-3, Convertible, Sedan
#265 of 685 Price on 2006 9-3 Linear
Aug 07, 2006 (7:53 pm)
I recently test-drove a 2006 Saab 9-3
2.0T 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 5M)
It was the "base" model ("Linear", I think). It had power sunroof and heated driver seat. It is a manual transmission.
The price on the sticker was previously $28,000 but has been marked down to $26,000 by the dealer.
Dealer includes 3 year, 36,000 free maintenance.
The Saab website has an MSRP for a model *without* sunroof/heated seats for $26,600. Also, the Edmunds.com TMV for the car is $27,700.
Also, tax/title/license is not included in these prices.
It doesn't seem like the dealer would just flat out print the lowest price they'd accept on the window. Anyone else have a 9-3 base model?
#266 of 685 2006 9-3 Aero
Aug 13, 2006 (11:48 am)
Does anyone have a ballpark figure for the reasonable retail value of a 2006 9-3 Aero? I am a little skeptical about using invoice & MSRP to negotiate. The 07' models are around the corner, and I fear the depreciated value of an '06 once I take it home.
Manufactuer Rebate: $3,000 (I don't believe this affects dealer profit)
Location: West (CA-NV-AZ)
#267 of 685 2006 9-3 2.0T
Sep 26, 2006 (10:50 am)
Dealer is quoting me $27,667 for an automatic w/sunroof and cold weather package. Breakdown of price is $26,600 plus titleing tax of $856, tag & title of 51.50, and processing fee of $169. Good deal?
#268 of 685 Re: 2006 9-3 Aero [trate]
Sep 29, 2006 (7:21 am)
Yes,the '07's will be on sale by the first week of October and the likelihood is that they will have no or a very small rebate available.Therefore the $3,000 rebate on the '06's should address the issue of depreciation.Pay the dealers price minus $3000 on an '06 or the dealers price minus,at best,$500 on a 2007.
#269 of 685 being offered 9-3 aero for $30k even
Oct 08, 2006 (4:20 pm)
9-3 aero sportcombi automatic w/touring pkg and cold weather pkg for $30k. Shame my buyers for my current vehicle were no-shows this weekend. From looking here and other forums, it looks like $30k even would be a very good deal on a 2006.
#270 of 685 Re: being offered 9-3 aero for $30k even [civilianx]
Oct 08, 2006 (10:21 pm)
I assume you are talking about 06 model.
just helped my friend got exactly the same car in black
plus roof rail.
he took the 0 apr option,
the deal is $581 per month 60month (tax 8.7%)
if instead of 0 apr loan and pay cash, the OTD price is $30200 ($27xxx before TTL)
Edmunds TMV: $30691
#271 of 685 Re: being offered 9-3 aero for $30k even [robinren]
Oct 10, 2006 (10:38 am)
Yea, the 06 model. I would love to get into a 9-3, but would want the aero. Also, ALL of the potential buyers of my two Jeeps were no-shows this past weekend. Can't buy the Saab until I move at least one Jeep. Wife says 4 cars would be 2 too many... Currently have 97 and 98 Wranglers and Titan.
that is better than the offer I received. I was told $30k, but then there'd be about $1350 in TTL.
#272 of 685 2006 9-3 Aero - Negotiation Help Needed (Desperately)
Oct 24, 2006 (1:36 pm)
I'm being offered an '06 0-3 Aero, Metalic Paint, Touring and Cold packages.
I'm eligable for the GM supplier discount (not sure if good or bad yet)
Invoice $33,418 - must include $550 in advertising??
-$4000 rebate or 0% APR for 60 months
is $29,418 a decent deal?
Other fees include $239 documentation, $85 transfer and title not included in the above figure.
Is this a good deal or is there more in the invoice price? Any thoughts as to how much more? I'm in CT and appreciate any help.
#273 of 685 Just bought a 2006 Sport combi
Dec 04, 2006 (10:23 am)
Bought a 2006 on 12-2.
Aero 6-cyliner turbo.
The only thing it did not have was metallic paint and roof rails. 29,900 plus taxes and tags. This was a zero stress purchase and the most pleasant car buying experience I have had.
#274 of 685 Re: Just bought a 2006 Sport combi [georgehughes35]
Dec 05, 2006 (10:37 am)
so you got it for $460 under invoice after the 6k incentive right?