Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 22:13:34 -0700
From: Hale <>
Subject: Re: Saab Pricing for '07 models + Return of old 900 (sorta)

On Tue, 17 Oct 2006 22:00:42 -0700, Jeremy <jerem43nospamnet> wrote: > This is from September: > According to Saab USA, the company's products fit squarely in the > "entry-luxury vehicle segment," whatever that is. In any event, with > prices starting at $26,915, luxury is a lot more affordable than it used > to be. > > Saab's model range starts with the 9-3, which gets a competely > redesigned interior for 2007, said to be inspired by the classic Saab > 900. The 9-3 2.0T Sport Sedan starts at $26,915, with the Aero V6 model > available at $33,320. SportCombi variants of both models are priced at > $27,915 and $34,120 respectively, and droptops are available at $37,515 > and $43,120. > > Saab 9-5s are priced at $35,115 for the 2.3T sedan and $36,210 for the > Aero sedan. SportCombi versions come in at $36,115 and $37,210, > respectively. > > The Saab 9-7X SUV now comes standard with OnStar's turn by turn > navigation, and is priced at $39,735 for the 4.2i version, and $41,735 > for the 5.3i V8. > > The Subaru-based 9-2X is gone, a casualty of GM's liquidation of its > stake in Fuji Heavy Industries A quick look at Saturn's Aura reveals several common interior features with the 9-3... I don't recall the classic Saab looking much like a Saturn. It's like the Russian revolution, they couldn't afford to make everyone's life as exculsive as the aristocrats, so they made eveyone's life awful. GM certainly knows how to apply history's lessons! Hale

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