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.