how much is a saab 1996 900 convertible worth

Asked by Mar 22, 2012 at 02:00 PM about the Saab 900

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

what is a good price for this if i am looking to buy one

6 Answers

965

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Depending on mileage and if it's turbo or non-turbo. Honestly they're not worth much. I wouldn't pay more than 2,000 for one. I sold my 1995 convertible for 900 bucks with 187,000, with transmission issues with some regret but felt it was fair. Sometimes it's hard to determine a Saab's value vs what it's actually worth. I valued mine much higher than what it was really worth.

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In my opinion, I think you can find one in great condition with 150k mileage or less for $4,000 or less. I bought mine with 123k miles and was able to negotiate $3500. The car is stellar. Go for the SE Turbo with a manual tranny if you can find one.

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Just paid $950 for mine 151,000 on the dash but the starter is going.

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¿qué medida es la banda de este automóvil?

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900

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