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I owned a 2011 6 speed manual for 2 years. This was the base level 9-5 with absolutely no options (just the way I wanted it). I bought it from the original owner at 35k miles. I added 35k miles to the odometer. During my ownership I added normal wear items tires,battery,turn signal socket,throttle body, wind shield, oil changes and 60k Saab suggested maintenance. No complaints; it is a wonderfully fun vehicle to drive; especially on the open road. My only issue was the lack of spare body parts available for repair.
I used the car daily and could not afford to have it laying up for weeks waiting for a replacement tail light assembly or such to appear. If you can live with that issue you will be making a wise choice. Sweet spot pricing should be in the $10-13k range.
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