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Wow, depressing.

I put my Viggen on here asking $14-16k a few months ago. I THOUGHT I knew what the car was worth.

I just looked up NADA-KBB-Edmunds, to get an idea of how it compares to a 120k mile 99' M3 and an 86 944 Turbo.

My Viggen came out worth LESS hahahaha.

So everyone, lets look up the book value of your Saabs and compare. Let us all cry together.

Me-99' Viggen 61k miles- retail, highest level condition:

NADA: $9,150
KBB: $9,055
Edmunds: $8,000...they can eat my ass since choosing the closest color of "dark blue" subtracts $50. Way to know the cars Edmunds!
 

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My 33,000 mile ng900 with all the stuff Ive done to it still is worth around $5,000 haha. I hope it will turn out to be like the c900s, since alot of the ones in good condition are going for $5k plus, even with high miles.
 

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1995 Saab 9000 Aero - 231,000 miles

KBB retail - $4040
KBB private party - $2715
NADA retail - $3425
NADA trade-in - $2125
Edmunds Retail - 2283
Edmunds PP - 1379

1999 9-3 - 143,000 miles

KBB retail - $3435
KBB PP - $2335
NADA retail - $3625
NADA trade - $2300
Edmunds Retail - $5190
Edmunds PP - $3948


Pricing is all over the damn place on mine! In some cases the 1995 Aero with a ton of miles is worth more than the 9-3, in some cases it is worth almost nothing :lol:

I have no lost much on the Aero, the 9-3 has depreciated quite a bit since I bought it for around $8000.
 

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KBB Retail $4,275.

Nice.

2000 9-3 92,000 miles.
 

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'91 9kt

293000k

KBB $2645... i'm not sure if i should LOL right now... although with everything done to mine and its condition id say it helps the value, but i don't even think i'm that confident on its worth

NADA is 1800... a little more reasonable
 

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1988 900 Turbo Convertible

NADA Collector* Car Guide:

Original MSRP: $29,740
Low Retail $3,600
Average Retail Value $4,900
High Retail $6,850

*This must explain the recent c900 valuation above Viggens.
 

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1995 Saab 9000 Aero - 231,000 miles

KBB retail - $4040
KBB private party - $2715
NADA retail - $3425
NADA trade-in - $2125
Edmunds Retail - 2283
Edmunds PP - 1379

1999 9-3 - 143,000 miles

KBB retail - $3435
KBB PP - $2335
NADA retail - $3625
NADA trade - $2300
Edmunds Retail - $5190
Edmunds PP - $3948

Pricing is all over the damn place on mine! In some cases the 1995 Aero with a ton of miles is worth more than the 9-3, in some cases it is worth almost nothing :lol:

I have no lost much on the Aero, the 9-3 has depreciated quite a bit since I bought it for around $8000.
Your next build should be trying to make a car with more horsepower than it's worth in $'s.
 

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Your next build should be trying to make a car with more horsepower than it's worth in $'s.
Well shit, that will be tough. I thought my 99 might qualify...but it does not look to be the case.

Original MSRP: $4,095
Low Retail $2,625
Average Retail $3,850
High Retail $5,500

Good to see I have at least ONE Saab that is not only worth more than I paid, but also has the potential to be worth more now than when it was new! Anyone else run into this issue yet? My guess is it will only be the VSaab guys.
 

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'89 900 Turbo Vert Black

NADA Classic:

Original MSRP: $32,095
Low Retail Average Retail Value High Retail
Base Price $3,675 $5,000 $6,975
TOTAL PRICE $3,675 $5,000* $6,975

KBB:

Condition: Value:
Excellent $2,750
Good $2,400
Fair $2,000 (This its condition as of now)

I would say I did good considering I only paid 1000$...
 
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