Date: 9 Jun 1998 03:33:53 GMT
From: blairdavidnopsamcom (BlairDavid)
Subject: Re: SAAB depreciation?

In article <>, (bolis) writes: >>> >>> Why SAAB depreciation is so turbo-quick? I checked pricies (Edmund's) on >>> 1996 900 models and their cost is almost a half of what 1998 cost. It's >>> really unlike other European makes. I don't get it. Any thoughts? One possible reason might be the large dealer incentives offered at the end of the 96 (and 97) model year: $2,000. This makes the "retail" price somewhat artificial. But the price would not be half that of a new one: are you surel you're comparing apples-to-apples as all the new models are turbos (so comparing the new 900S to the old 900S isn't quite fair). --Blair

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