How much is a Saab 900 worth?

How much is a Saab 900 worth?

1997 Saab 900 Value – $412-$1,764 | Edmunds.

Is the Saab 900 reliable?

The car has been very reliable and has done 237,000 plus miles on the same engine. Apart from regular servicing the engine has not been touched. Apart from a few minor rust spots on one rear wing, the bodywork is very good for the year. It stands out in all weathers and never fails to start.

What is the best Saab to buy?

The six best Saabs of all time

  • Saab Sonett I. We’re heading back to 1956 to kick things off with this rather special Saab Sonett I.
  • Saab Sonett III. Another Sonett?
  • Saab 93 Viggen. So far, you’re probably thinking that Saab just made quirky and fun slow cars.
  • Saab 99 Turbo S.
  • Saab 900 Aero.
  • Saab Aero-X concept.

What is Saab SPG?

In 1984, Saab introduced a high performance model known in Europe as the Aero. In North America, the model designation became SPG (Special Performance Group – per Saab’s own literature) due to a model and trademark conflict with GM.

How much is a Saab 900 Turbo worth?

1991 Saab 900 Value – $700-$2,996 | Edmunds.

Can you still get parts for a Saab?

People ask where to find certain parts and many don’t even know that there still are plenty of spare parts available for Saab cars (in most cases). While it’s nice to help other Saab owners, and we’re more than happy to do it, there’s some room for some improvement here.

How reliable is a Saab 900 Turbo?

Engine: It’s incredibly durable. Some owners claim it can cover over 400,000 miles without a major overhaul. It is recommended to change the timing chain at 125,000 miles, which is a more difficult job for 8v models. Turbochargers are capable of lasting up to 200,000 miles but keep an eye out for white exhaust smoke.

Are Saabs fast?

The 9-3 Sport Sedan Aero with its new V-6 Turbo is, quite simply, the fastest accelerating car ever to carry the Saab badge. In the new 9-3 Aero, Saab customers are now able to enjoy the combined benefits of turbocharged power and six cylinder refinement in a purpose-built package.

Are all Saabs Turbo?

Except at Saab. Saab had at least one turbocharged engine in its lineup from 1978 until late 2010, when the company skidded into bankruptcy.

What does Saab stand for?

Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget
In fact, Saab began life in 1937 in Trollhättan, Sweden, as an aeroplane manufacturer to provide planes for the Swedish Air Force, just as Europe was steeling itself for another war. The company’s full name was Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget, giving the world the acronym Saab.

Is a Saab 900 a classic car?

It’s a classic. But a genuine daily driver too. The 900 may be a bit narrow by modern standards but the extra length front and back – Saab just tacked on a longer nose and boot to the original 99 structure – means that the popular hatchback is simply massive.

Is it expensive to maintain a Saab?

With an annual maintenance cost of $612 for a mid-tier model, Saabs have an average maintenance cost. Saabs cost around $5,000 for a used luxury model today, which is a great bargain for a brand generally reputed to be reliable.

When did GM purchase Saab?

Many people still think Saab makes cars, even though the business was bought out by General Motors in 2000 and Saab Automobile went defunct back in 2011. But the Saab name is very much alive and well, as one of the world’s most innovative defence and security companies.

Which is the fastest Saab?

9-3 Sport Sedan Aero
The 9-3 Sport Sedan Aero with its new V-6 Turbo is, quite simply, the fastest accelerating car ever to carry the Saab badge.

What is the fastest Saab?

The 9-3 Sport Sedan Aero with its new V-6 Turbo is, quite simply, the fastest accelerating car ever to carry the Saab badge.

How fast can a Saab go?

With a top speed of 162 mph, the Saab 9-3 SportLimousine 2.8 Turbo V6 Aer takes joint first place.

How fast can a Saab 9-3 go?

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Saab 9-3 SportLimousine 2.8 Turbo V6 takes joint fifth place. It’s a 4 door FWD Sedan with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2.8L V6 Turbo Gasoline engine. See all the tech specs here. It is also joint 8th in The Fastest Accelerating Saabs Ever.

Is Saab a rare car?

Fact of the day: There’s a Saab sport-utility vehicle rarer than the Ferrari F40. Rarer than the Porsche Carrera GT. Rarer than the Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing.