Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 21:22:22 GMT
From: "X" <xnopsamm>
Subject: Re: latest prices on 2001 9-5 SE wagons

I have a 2002 Acura TL/S, which will get you all the horsepower and torque you need and run circles around a 9-5 SE :-) If you don't need a wagon, go with the TL(S) - one word of caution - this is not an easy car to install a hitch onto due to the design of the dual exhaust system. If you do decide on the Saab, then I think your $27,900 offer is right on the money, dealer should have jumped at it. Xorg "Marc Cochran" <> wrote in message > I made an offer on a 2001 9-5 SE wagon, 7000 miles, automatic, loaded > (including ventilated seats). Dealer in Mass. says it was a Saab > exec's car and was asking 32,900, I offered 29K, showing an ad from a > nearby dealer selling same cars, same miles (but loaners - "maybe" a > big difference ?) for 27,900, but no ventilated seats. Dealer > wouldn't take anything under 30K so I walked. I'm interested to know > if anyone else has recently gotten a "good deal" on a similar Saab. > > [rant on] > Yes, I'd prefer a wagon, and I love the ventilated seats, but it's > hard to justify spending more on THIS used car than on, say, a brand > new 2002 Acura TL that has more HP (but less torque) and (at least on > paper) has just about everything the Saab has (minus the wagon, turbo, > and ventilated seats) and is (arguably) more reliable, for around > 29,500 (including destination charge). And for less than 1K, I could > probably outfit the TL with a functional roof rack/carrier system, and > even a utility trailer and hitch for the trips to the home warehouse > stores, neutralizing some the wagon's benefit. > > Am I missing something here ? > [rant off]

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