Loss of value, who doesn't know the word? At least new car buyers, regardless of whether they opt for the traditional combustion engine or an electric car, lose a disproportionately large amount of money in the first few years. It was no different at Saab either. Back when new cars were still leaving the factory in the Stallbacka industrial area in Trollhättan.
The times are long gone, since then a lot has changed at Saab. Many vehicles have proven to be extremely stable in value, others even report rising values. In fact, vehicles are even being traded above the former list price. Like a 24 year old Saab 9-3 Viggen.
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