Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 21:09:04 -0000
From: "Toby Field" <tobynopsamd-1.freeserve.co.uk>
Subject: Re: What is my 9000 worth?


I find that Parkers prices seem too inflated. The more specialist the car, the more out of sync parkers prices get. It says my 1993 9000 is worth 4575 to sell. I bought mine 6 months ago for 2695 and when looking on autotrader, it was only the big name and main dealers that could command more than 3000 for it. All private and small trade ads priced it between 2500-3000. I've just had a look on Autotrader and I think that 4995 may be a more realistic price for your car at the moment, or 5250 ono. -- Toby Field (UK) '93 9000 CSE 2.3T Auto 149,000 Miles "Paul Hudson" <phudsonnopsamx.com> wrote in message news:Xns91D5C8181812Fphudsonpoboxcomnopsam0.0.1... > "Jim" <jimnopsamil.thanks> wrote in > news:karl8.22673$RJ4.181354nopsamReader: > > > The spec is standard 1996 9000 CSE with CD autochanger, > > cruise control, on board computer and alarm as extras. Of > > course (as all Saab fans will know) it has a wonderful ACC, > > heated seats, leather and 200bhp. It also does 33mpg on a > > long run and rarely less than 30. The only reason for > > selling is the imminent arrival of a 9-5 Aero Estate. > > > > So guys, what is it worth and how do I sell it? > > Auto? Manual? > > Parker's (www.parkers.co.uk) thinks your price is about right. > > If it's auto, I might be interested... > > P.

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