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Saab 9-2X, Hatchback, Wagon
Jul 08, 2006 (1:23 pm)
okay, the car you mentioned is the car i test drove.
holy crap did that car rock! it was a bit stiff (from a cavalier driver's prospective...) but i absolutely loved the car. my only issues were its price 24k (i'm in iowa so it's cheap) and that it was going to be discontinued after next year.
yes, it will make it a rare car but i want a car that is still in production. i looked at the subaru impreza WRX and it okay great. obviously it handled the same, but the Saab had such a more refined interior.
also, it doesn't help since i found out that i can't lease a vehicle since i am required by state to have high-risk insurance, (so i speed, cars are built to go fast and i've never been in an accident) so i'm king of at a stand still. now i have to BUY a car, and my cavy doesn't run anymore.
pretty much all i have left on the market (in my specifications and price range) are the rio5, xA, Insight (what i'll probably get), or Forenza Wagon (the reno extremely sucks and i need my space and a sunroof). anyone else in the same situation?
#165 of 165 Re: Saab 9-2X: Lease Questions [tac379]
by Car_man HOST
Jul 18, 2006 (4:53 am)
Hi Tom. Unfortunately, for some reason Saab is not running a special lease program on the 9-2X any longer. That means if you want to lease one, you will have to do so through an independent bank. sorry that I could not be of more help with this aspect of your deal. I can tell you that Saab is currently providing $4,000 customer cash on the 9-2X. If you lease this car through an independent bank, make sure to take this cash into account when negotiating its capitalized cost.
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