2011 Saab 9-3 Turbo4 Sport Sedan under 100 miles what should I pay for this car?
Too much. Without knowing all specifics, options, etc. I put in ALL best features excellent condition, and KBB shows $16,550 and down. I will go look and see how much it was NEW and come back
$28,900 new. I don't know why KBB would show it that low, with only 100 miles but you know how it goes, the minute you hit the street from a dealer you just lost 20% in re-sale. But for reasons unknown to me that's almost half. But I still say if you are going to spend that kind of money, spend $29k, for that $5k you get a brand new one
amended: that $28,900 is for a 2012.
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