Date: Thu, 25 Nov 2004 13:49:51 GMT
From: "Tim" <tbrooksnospamam.mindspring.com>
Subject: Re: 2001 9-5 wagon


thanks, we did that (94.00$) and everything looks good. I am excited. I love my Toyota Corolla wagon but seems like rather than a nice little appliance we will be driving something that is quite fun and comfortable. It didn't make a difference in the sale, but i am curious to see the effect of the cooling seats next summer ;-). "Retro Bob" <uctraingnospamanet.com> wrote in message news:hhnbq01h3j06vsenqkhddf9ptidjqne00pnospamcom... > On Mon, 22 Nov 2004 02:36:45 GMT, "Tim" > <tbrooksnospamam.mindspring.com> wrote: > >>Hello, >>i am all but committed to a 2001 Saab 9-5 wagon with 47,000 miles in it, >>and >>with the 4 cylinder linear engine. >>it is very clean inside and out. >>because of a tire causing road noise, he has cut the price from 15,000 to >>14,800. It was 15,900 for a couple of weeks and he didn't get any buyers >>so >>he lowered the price. >>had been a lease car prior to this. > > If it needs tires, a set fully mounted and balance is going to be $350 > to $600 for quality tires. So, figure that in. I would have a > (independent if possible) Saab mechanic look it over before purchase. > People who know Saabs can spot things you won't see. In general they > are very reliable and the motors run forever with proper oil changes. > But, repairs are not cheap in terms of parts or labor (true of every > car now) so spend $100 to find out if the car has issues before you > buy. It's cheap insurance on $14,000. > > >

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