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Saab 9-3, Convertible, Sedan
#677 of 685 Re: New Saab Buyer [3kitties]
May 22, 2010 (9:23 pm)
Not a bad price, but strongly consider a "pre-owned" car as well! I had a 2007 9-3 Aero (6cyl 2.3) that I leased as new, and after turn in I moved on to a 2008 9-3 Turbo X. The TX I bought was a trade in vehicle with 11k miles that I paid $25.900 for in April 2009 (car originally titled in September 2008) .. it was a $46,000 car being sold for $21k off sticker b/c it was pre-owned, b/c saab was in trouble, and b/c it was on a jaguar dealership's lot ..
Why am I bringing all of this up? Just pointing out that some "nearly new" cars can be had at incredible prices. Factor in the remainder of existing warranty along with possible CPO warranty (depending on where you buy from), and its worth looking at. If the right car doesnt turn up, the new car deals will still be there ..
#678 of 685 Thoughts on a 2007 9-3 Aero Convertible
Jun 03, 2010 (4:03 pm)
A local dealer has a 2007 9-3 Aero convertible for sale for $21,000 + $2000 to add CPO The car has 39,000 miles and was put into service 6/30/2007, so the warranty would be for 3 years or 61,000 miles.
The car has been on the lot for over 3 months. I was thinking of holding firm at $20,000.
#679 of 685 Deals on 09 or 10?
Jul 23, 2010 (12:03 pm)
Looking at a 2009 9-3 demo (3k miles). Dealer has it listed for 24,900. Is a touring model. The price seems high compared to what people were paying a few months ago for no mile 09 Comforts. Think it would be possible to get this demo for below $20K? Warrantys have not started.
Any great deals on the 2010?
#680 of 685 Re: Deals on 09 or 10? [avant1]
Aug 07, 2010 (8:23 pm)
Most of the sub $20,000 deals were made when GM was offering almost $10,000 in incentives on all Saabs to get the cars off their books.
Now, that GM incentive money is basically gone, so the prices have gone up slightly. I think the '09s still have a few thousand in incentives, and I'm sure the fact that the car has 3,000 miles will reduce the price a bit.
I'd offer $22,500 and go no higher than $23,000. In 2 or 3 years the car's value will drop to about $17,000-$19,000 anyway.
#681 of 685 2010 Saab Incentive Discounts
Aug 22, 2010 (10:27 am)
The $10K GM discount may be gone, but Saab just announced a $2K loyalty discount available to former Saab owners for Saab model year 1995 or newer. Add that to current incentives up to $5K, and you can get a 2010 Saab today for discounts between $5.5K and $7K:
#682 of 685 Saab 9-3 XWD Price & Question
Oct 17, 2010 (8:09 pm)
I'm getting a price of $29,900 for a 2010 Saab 9-3 XWD (MSRP of $34,500) from two dealers in New Jersey and also from the AAA Buying Site. This was not a negotiated price but just the number I was given when I went to the showroom, looked at the car, and asked for a number. My question is how much can I expect the number to go lower? Any thoughts?
My other question is this, I have never driven an XWD drive before or any all-wheel drive vehicle for that matter. Any comments about what to expect, adjustments to make, etc. that you can provide will be appreciated.
Oct 19, 2010 (10:54 am)
If you are not getting at least 8k off sticker, you are getting hosed.
Or wait till Jan and get 10k off sticker.
#684 of 685 Re: cheaper [zigster38]
Jan 27, 2011 (2:18 pm)
Its January and I have a local dealer offering $10K off sticker + an add'l $1k for previous Saab owners on 2010 models. They have a couple 9-5's and a dozen 9-3s. $11K off sticker sounds good.
#685 of 685 Re: cheaper [slee_stack]
Mar 19, 2011 (2:31 pm)
Can you let me know who the deAler is? I am not having much luck gettin a deal in my part of the country...