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Saab 9-5, Car Leasing, Sedan, Wagon
#34 of 90 Re: 2002 Saab 9-5 SportCombi Lease-end options [hersheytx1]
Aug 06, 2006 (5:08 am)
You're right, Hersheytx1, consumers should absolutely negotiate the selling prices of the vehicle that they want to lease. However, Saab is a little different than Jeep in that the cash incentives that it provides on vehicles are not compatible with its special lease program. Consumers who pay cash for or finance their '06 9-5 through an independent bank can take advantage of the $2,500 dealer cash that is currently available on it, but no consumers who lease through Saab Financial Services Corp.
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#35 of 90 2006 9-5 SportCombi Non-sport
Aug 07, 2006 (8:43 pm)
My lease on a 2002 sportwagon is up this month. Went in yesterday to see what they can do on another lease. For an '06 Combi they are quoting me a 27 month lease, 12k miles/yr., $500 loyalty rebate, upfront cash of $1400 -- pymts = $468. The MSRP is $37170, the sale price is $34,881. The rate (no money factor) is 3.69% with a residual of $25275.60. Good, average, can I do better? Any feedback is much appreciated. BTW for 15k miles/year the monthly is $482.77.
#36 of 90 Re: 2002 Saab 9-5 SportCombi Lease-end options [hersheytx1]
Aug 27, 2006 (8:18 am)
I am interested in negotiating a lease for a 2006 9-5 Sport Combi. Do you mind sharing the name of the leasing company that you are so pleased with?
#37 of 90 Loyalty discount?
Nov 05, 2006 (10:34 am)
Considering replacing my 9-3 with a 9-5. Dealer offered 500 dollars in loyalty cash. I've seen at least one post where 750 dollars was offered. Is this a standard amount or is it subject to game playing like most every other financial piece of a purchase/lease transaction? (would be lease in my case)
#38 of 90 Re: Loyalty discount? [sidv]
Nov 20, 2006 (3:00 am)
Hi sidv. Saab's current owner loyalty incentive for the 9-5 is only $500. The post that you saw referencing $750 was either an older post referring to an expired offer or a mistake.
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#39 of 90 Re: Loyalty discount? [Car_man]
Nov 20, 2006 (5:32 am)
Thanks Car_man. The deal is already in the works (07 9-5 2.3T SC arriving this week), so it would have killed me if you'd told me otherwise.
#40 of 90 Current Offer
Dec 05, 2006 (5:41 pm)
Does anybody have any details on the current offer Saab is running - 60 month 0% financing plus $3 K cash - (I know this is not a lease - but there is no buying thread).
60 month at 0% sounds like a great deal - but what are the strings ??
#41 of 90 Re: Current Offer [trojan88]
Dec 06, 2006 (5:33 am)
The only "string" I know of is that it must be an 06 model, well after the 07s are out. I think there are still adequate stocks of everything but the 9-2X, at least where I live. Also, the 9-3 sedan is only 2K, the 9-3 sc, 9-5 and the 9-7 are at 3K.
#42 of 90 Current Lease offers
Dec 06, 2006 (5:14 pm)
Hi Car man,
Do you have December info (MF & RV) on leases for the 2007 9-5 sedan and 9-3 Aero sedan, ideally 36 month, 12k miles (unless special offers are being made on terms like 27 or 39 months). Thanks, in advance, for your response!
#43 of 90 2006 Saab 9-5 4-Dr Sedan Lease
Dec 11, 2006 (9:45 pm)
I am looking to lease 2006 Saab 9-5 4-Dr Sedan with metallic paint, ventilated leather seats, automatic transmission, and visibility package (MSRP $39,480). The car is a demo with 5000 miles on it, and after all rebates and discounts they are selling it for $28,928. The terms of the lease are the following:
$0 out of pocket
$513/month + tax
Does this sound like a good deal? If not, keeping everything else the same what kind of monthly payment should I be shooting for?