Saab used car: buying guide Saab 9-3 in the LVZ

The Saab 9-3 is the volume model of Sweden, which is quite positive for used car buyers. The Saab 9-3 pre-owned offering, in contrast to the Saab 9-5, is downright gigantic and has been given a lavish versatility by Saab standards. The fact that you can acquire a good equipment, a lot of security and individuality in a good ratio of price and performance, makes things tempting.

Saab 9-3 Vector and Saab 9-3 Aero
Saab 9-3 Vector and Saab 9-3 Aero

If you want to buy a Saab 9-3 now, you can not go wrong in principle. Because the series is considered mature and solid. To prefer are always cars, which were maintained in Saab workshops, because this is the guarantee for a used on newest software conditions, without nasty surprise.

The spare part supply for the 9-3 is unproblematic, which has shown the experience of recent weeks. Saab drivers, who had spare parts problems, got this often in independent workshops. Saab partners were always able to help in these cases, mostly through mediation via the blog. As the situation in Sweden normalizes more and more from week to week, even the few bottlenecks will disappear in the near future.

An assessment of the qualities of the 9-3 provides the Dekra used car tip, published in the Leipziger Volkszeitung. Thanks again to Mark for the scan!

Text: tom@saabblog.net

Source: Leipziger Volkszeitung

7 thoughts on "Saab used car: buying guide Saab 9-3 in the LVZ"

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    Yes, great SAAB, the 9-3 TTiD! Plus the AERO variant. A perfect touring car that cuts a fine figure even at short distances. At 100000 km everything is still original, except for brake pads and tires. May it go on like this ...
    Regards
    HJ

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    Was that in the LVZ today?

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      Hello Constantin;
      No, the article appeared on WE 21./22.January in the supplement Automobile.

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        Hi,

        I just noticed, I was again quickly in the newsagent
        Thanks for the reply.

        Greetings Constantin

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    Hi Tom,

    thanks for this article. I will report how it ends tomorrow;).

    Greetings from Berlin

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      Good luck & fun tomorrow! 😉

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    In any case, you would be much better served than many German models in this category!

    Mercedes middle-class cars still rust after about 4 years in all possible places of the body (plenty of examples from the neighborhood are available).

    Joachim

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