The repair I had done was a single small crease on the C pillar of my wife's 2000 A4 (I let a ladder fall against it in the garage, while my wife stood there watching it happen. Talk about bad karma!). The dent repair company fixed it at the Audi dealer while I was having the car serviced. They charged $125 USD, which sounds steep for the actual time it took, but the guy did have to drive to and from the dealer, and I expect they have a minimum charge for any one visit. It sure beat the cost of a body shop "fill and repaint"! The damage was completely invisible afterwards.
If they have to do multiple ding repairs in one vehicle it should be more reasonable on a "per ding" basis. Be sure to ask your Saab dealer who they recommend - you do not want someone inexperienced with Saabs trying to figure out how to get all the interior trim pieces off!
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