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Saab 9-3, Convertible, Sedan
#608 of 685 Saab 9-3 $17100
Aug 23, 2009 (12:22 pm)
Thanks kyfdx. I have suggested to him $16800 all in, out the door price, CPO.
If he accepts that price for this model and year, would I be doing good or bad please?
According to Edmunds pricing I'm not sure. Here is the link for Edmunds with the info for this.
2006 Saab 9-3 2.0T 4dr Sedan
Trade-In Private Party Dealer Retail
National Base Price $9,326 $10,628 $11,611
Optional Equipment $1,647 $1,837 $2,200
Wood Center Console Trim $42 $47 $56
Remote Window Operation $52 $58 $70
Front Fog/Driving Lights $63 $70 $84
CD Changer Audio System $88 $98 $117
5-Speed Shiftable Automatic Transmission $446 $498 $596
Xenon High Intensity Discharge Headlights $210 $234 $280
Wood Dash Trim $49 $54 $65
Wood Door Trim $38 $43 $51
Navigation System $659 $735 $881
Silver $29 $33 $36
for Zip Code 33160 $28 $32 $35
36,141 miles $300 $300 $300
Clean $0 $0 $0
Total $11,330 $12,830 $14,182
Certified Used Vehicle $15,508
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#609 of 685 07 9-3 $19,995
Aug 23, 2009 (2:49 pm)
Hepl please. I am buying my first car used car. Is this a good price? How much would you say is a starting point?
Advertised for $19,995
Mileage: 18,044 Body Style: Sedan Exterior Color: Ice Blue Metallic Interior Color: : 60th ANNIVERSARY 9-3 SPORT SEDAN - OFFICIAL ICE BLUE METALLIC, 17" ALLOYS, REAR SPOILER, DUAL POWER 2-TONE LEATHER SPORT SEATS, PREMIUM AUDIO.
Certified Used Vehicle $17,399
#610 of 685 Re: Saab 9-3 $17100 [keitho8]
Aug 23, 2009 (3:20 pm)
You've obviously taken a liking to this car and now you WANT it to be a good deal. The truth is, its not. Do a search and look around. Use all of the major used car sites - v e h i x, a u t o t r a d e r, etc (search within ANY mile radius to get a good idea of what the cars are going for) .. you can get a car with SIGNIFICANTLY less miles and at least a year newer (less miles, newer model yr = more factory warranty remaining) for the same or less money.
Do yourself a favor and look around. I'd offer $14k for the car you are looking at - maybe a few bucks more if it was an Aero, but for a 2.0T??? No way I'd go over $14k for a 30k+ mi '06 4cyl 9-3 .. SHOP AROUND!
#611 of 685 Re: Saab 9-3 $17100 [pas914]
Aug 23, 2009 (4:02 pm)
Thanks for the reply. Is it good to look at various websites, like Edmunds for prices? I'm going off by Edmunds.
I posted the price aswell. Now he's saying $1700, I'm thinking about $16800, CPO one owner. How much would you say for this also; up for $1995 CPO 18044 miles, 60th anniversary edition automatic.I appreciate your advice.
I don't have a lot of others to compare the pricing to as for some reason here in Miami, there's not a lot of these.
#612 of 685 '06 sportcombi $18K
Aug 25, 2009 (5:21 am)
I am about to make my first purchase from a dealer and I luckily stumbled upon this thread. I am looking at a CPO '06 Sprotcombi 2.0T with about 30k on it with a listed price of $17995. My question is the following: would it be totally out of line for me to offer $15k (or less) for the car? If it *is* out of line, what is a realistic price to shoot for? It has been on the lot for about two months.
#613 of 685 Purchase of 9-3
Aug 26, 2009 (9:29 am)
I have the opportunity of buying a new '09 Saab 9-3 Sport Sedan, automatic, metallic paint, cold weather package, and moonroof. MSRP is about $34,500 my purchase price is $26,995, which seems to me to be an attractive offer
I love the car. My only hesitance is that, having leased my cars for about 20 years, and rarely keeping one more than 3 years, I have not purchased a car in a while(Saab is not leasing for this vehicle) So I am a bit concerned about purchasing this one in regards to reliability issues and resale value. I am prepared to keep the car a bit longer than I normally do, and I am thinking that some of my concerns about resale value would be negated by the favorable discount price of the car, so perhaps this would help even out the poor resale value of Saabs. Thanks for any thoughts on this
Aug 26, 2009 (9:50 am)
Is anyone there?
#615 of 685 Re: Purchase of 9-3 [samuel17]
Aug 28, 2009 (3:32 pm)
!0k off msrp is the price you should pay. Keep it for 7-8 years or don't buy a Saab.
Consumer reports does recommend it. Nice car but depreciation will be high.
Aug 29, 2009 (7:45 am)
$0 off msrp?
#617 of 685 Re: 0 Off [keitho8]
Aug 29, 2009 (8:04 am)
10k off msrp. Typo mistake.