Today at 14: 00 Watch, the internet ordering system for new vehicles went online. Swedish customers can use it to order a Saab 9-3 Aero Sedan. The package that NEVS has put together around the 9-3 sounds convincing and is a possible outlook on what we might expect in the future.
Because the new car comes with a three-year guarantee, three years of maintenance up to 90.000 kilometers, two years of "Road Assistance" and an additional set of winter tires on aluminum rims. The vehicles are serviced by Saab dealers in Sweden. The price of the 220 PS Aero with 6-speed manual transmission is 279.000 kroner, the version with 6-speed automatic costs 10.000 kroner more. The equivalent of around € 31.300,00 for a very well-equipped vehicle with a convincing service package.
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Since in Sweden the VAT rate (MOMS) with 25% is higher than ours, the Saab would have to be cheaper in Germany. With a net price of 25.040,00 € plus VAT, the Germany price would be 29.797.60 €. In theory, of course. Because only customers resident in Sweden can order.
But under 30.000,00 € for a new Saab with very good equipment in Aero Trim, either in black or silver metallic. On top of that, there was the factory pick-up, the personal attention given by an employee of NEVS and the guided tour of the Saab Museum. A good start, I would say.
Trials will be possible from January, directly in Trollhättan. Because no customer and no motor journalist has yet tested the new edition.
Image: National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB