SAAB Auction: New Saab 9-3 Auction Online!

The Saab community is very interested in replenishment from Sweden. Some dealers are actively involved and new Saabs are already rolling over our streets. In the next action 30 Saab 9-3 come again for sale. For the first time, especially cool Griffin models are included. The Griffins come with many new details, such as with Saab Ice-Blue design headlights, analogous to Saab 9-5 and Saab 9-4x.

Hmm. Currently there are (unfortunately) four Saabs in the garages ...

Saab 9-3 SportCombi Griffin
Saab 9-3 SportCombi Griffin

As already mentioned, the Saab are new vehicles, which were given the number immediately after production on the basis of the Swedish approval regulations. The auction ends on 28.02. You can participate in the auction through a Saab dealer. Some companies are particularly active, the feedback from the buyers is consistently positive. On request, I like to make the appropriate contact.


5 thoughts on "SAAB Auction: New Saab 9-3 Auction Online!"

  • Hi Tom,

    Do you know committed dealers in the Stuttgart area?
    Today was at Auto Schott (Saab Center Solitude) in Magstadt and asked a seller for a new Saab. Unfortunately, those with Saab do not want to have much in mind, possibly still a few used sell but no other commitment more in the brand.

    • Welcome to the blog! I would try it at Auto Roth in Leinfelden. Tel: 0711 75857490. If you get stuck, then please mail.



  • I would be interested in the price level, which is reached at the auctions.
    Is it attractive to source a NEW Saab from this source?
    Yes, and where are the convertibles?

    Super BLOG, read for a long time and still have PATIENCE !!

    • Thanks for the praise and the patience 😉

      As a non-dealer I was allowed to take a quick look at the prices and would describe them as extremely attractive for a new car. In my opinion, it is worthwhile not to promise too much now. But to get a reliable information you need a dealer and there are some committed.



  • Does anyone know how many Griffin models were even made? The offer is vanishingly small ...

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