Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 13:39:51 -0500
From: Gavin Haslett <gavinhnopsamstl.com>
Subject: Re: '96 900SE Repair Costs


Chris Nguyen wrote: > I just got into a small fender-bender with my Saab. I hit the rear of a > Ford Explorer going at about 5-10mph. The Explorer was unhurt but my > Saab suffered some damage. The right side of the bumper was pushed in > which caused the headlight to be pushed in slightly about an inch and > the parking lights to come slightly loose. That caused the right side of > the hood to open a little. The hood isn't bent but cannot be closed > fully because of the light. The hood opening latch is still ok and can > still keep the hood shut. > Can anyone tell me how much this sort of thing would cost to repair > either at the dealer or on the average at an outside body shop? If > anyone can answer this question please respond. Thank You. Ironic... I had an almost identical accident... but mine was hit in a parking lot while I wasn't there... same results though. The insurance guy's quote said about $1500 of damage... the body shop says $1700. Won't really know for sure until the body shop pulls it apart. Didn't even take it near a dealer... I'm scared of the number of digits I might find on the quote ;) Gavin

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