2010 Saab 9-3 Price Drops Up to 12%
One of the first things they're doing is lowering the price on the 2010 Saab 9-3 by up to 12% compared to last year's model.
All trim levels will have a price drop ranging from 4% all the way up to 12%. The base model 2010 9-3 Sport Sedan will start at $29,725 (including destination charge), compared with $31,135 for the 2009 model.
Dealers are scheduled to receive the new 2010 9-3's beginning this month.
This is great news for long-time Saab fans who thought the brand was about to die. Now you have the opportunity to get a better deal than last year.
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