The Saab 9-3 1.9 litre Turbo Edition diesel saloon is Saab’s top selling model and according to leading industry analysts CAP, the residual value of the Saab 9-3 has risen to over £1000 during the last ten months. Jeff Knight, Monitor Editor at CAP, said “the rise in forecast values for the Saab 9-3 over the last ten months has been driven by an increased confidence in the brand; allied to an improved product content creating a better future used car.”
There is much renewed confidence in the Saab brand. CO2 emissions of just 119 g/km in combination with the 180 hp variant make the Saab 9-3 the most powerful sub-120g/km car on sale in the UK, the Saloon and SportWagon are within the lowest diesel benefit-in-kind taxation band (13 percent) for company car drivers.
There is generous standard equipment levels across the Saab 9-3 range including alloy wheels, leather trimmed interior, heated front seats, park assist and Bluetooth phone integration system along with a host of safety systems including electronic stability programme, six airbags and Saab Active Head Restraints.