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Saab Used Cars For Sale
When Saab went bust millions of people fell to their knees and burst into tears. Why?
Because the world is full of cars that - although worthy in a practical sense - are a little
bit bland. Not Saab. Its vehicles stood out like people that had fallen to their knees and
started crying. This was thanks to the exterior styling, memorable interiors and robust
build (generally). They were prestigious too and suited those that wanted fancy cars
while steering clear of the bigger selling alternatives. But now is the time to stop crying
and talk about these beauties in the present tense. Why? Because even though - unless
there is a miracle - there will never be a new one there are plenty of nice examples on the
second hand market. And consider this. Now that the company has been considered to
history there are less people willing to buy these vehicles. This ensures that enthusiasts
can source bargains. Naturally, these cars might not be the easiest to sell again in the
future but that will not be a problem for those that keep them until they fall apart.
Furthermore, Saab Parts UK can supply the bits/pieces required to keep them ticking
Right, let us consider the options without falling to our knees and crying. The Saab 9-5
Saloon (2010 to 2011) is one of the company's last efforts and one of its most luxurious.
This is evident from the equipment specification that includes a head-up display which
projects the vehicle's speed onto the windscreen. It projects the sat-nav too. Some
examples also have a reversing camera and can steer themselves automatically into
parallel parking bays. There is also a Sportwagon (estate) model from 2011 - but this
is even harder to find on the second-hand market as very few found homes. What a
pity. Alternatively, the Saab 9-5 from 2005 to 2010 is a cheaper alternative that shares
many of its successor's strengths. These large vehicles - that rival the Volvo S80, etc. -
complement smaller models such as the 9-3 Saloon (2002 to 2011). This has the typical
strengths associated with the manufacturer. There is also the 9-3 Sportwagon (2005
to 2011), the 9-3X four-wheel-drive (2009 to 2011) and the Convertible (2003 to 2011).
Enthusiasts can also choose from nineties cars such as the 9000 and 900 Convertible.
The latter, in particular, is a future classic and potentially sound investment. So, no more