Saab 9-5 (2010 to 11) - icon of the cult brand, champion of value stability

One of the cars with the lowest depreciation ever is not included in any statistics. It's the Saab 9-5, the last generation of large Saab sedans produced in Sweden in 2010 and 11. It was not clear from the start that this car would become an icon and that it would retain its value in particular.

But the Saab is dearly loved and for this love the fans have to dig deep into their pockets. The youngest copies are already 12 years old and are apparently being traded as young used vehicles. However, this is not the case everywhere. Regional differences can be seen, which can amount to several 1000 €, and not every price asked is paid.

Then there are those supposed bargains that can get pretty expensive. I took a closer look for you.

The Saab 9-5 NG (2010 - 11) took styling cues from the Aero X Concept
The Saab 9-5 NG (2010 - 11) took styling cues from the Aero X Concept

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