1995 Saab 900
117,600 Miles
$3,995

Camillus, NY
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1995 Saab 900
150,704 Miles
$2,816

Bloomington, MN
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1997 Saab 900
413,000 Miles
$2,485

Northfield, MN
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1997 Saab 900
13,927 Miles
$4,985

Naples, FL
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1993 Saab 900
204,128 Miles
$5,995

Rensselaer, NY
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1995 Saab 900
35,000 Miles
$9,900

Omaha, NE
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1996 Saab 900
106,058 Miles
$2,995

Boise, ID
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1996 Saab 900
354,468 Miles
$2,990

West Springfield, MA
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1979 Saab 900
75,103 Miles
$5,300

Cream Ridge, NJ
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1986 Saab 900
188,783 Miles
$420

Carmel, NY
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1995 Saab 900
147 Miles
$1,950

Albuquerque, NM
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1995 Saab 900
103,448 Miles
$3,995

Florence, SC
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1997 Saab 900
180,725 Miles
$1,950

Rock Hill, SC
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1998 Saab 900
131,700 Miles
$1,800

Clinton, IA
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1997 Saab 900
134,000 Miles
$1,995

Ravenna, OH
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1995 Saab 900
$1,990

Melbourne, FL
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1997 Saab 900
182,899 Miles
$988

Pleasant Hill, MO
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1997 Saab 900
90,500 Miles
$3,499

Tempe, AZ
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1993 Saab 900
71,000 Miles
$25,000

Riverview, FL
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1998 Saab 900
95,000 Miles
$6,500

Oakland, CA
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Saab 900 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.6
17 Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.3
Performance
4.4
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
3.3

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1988 Saab 900 - James Bond's Car Available to All!

Silas O.
Louisville, Kentucky
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I loved this car. The 1980's styling and the quirky aesthetics really set her apart. If you've ever read the James Bond novels (instead of simply watching the films) you'd know he drove an SPG called the Silver Beast. It's fast, fun, quirky, roomy, powerful, and economic. I was regularly getting 33MPG on the highway and 28 in the city. This is with a 185WHP turbo charged 4 cylinder engine connected to a silky smooth 5 speed manual transmission. The interior was a bit dated but it did have some awesome VDO gauges in the dash next to the radio and I thought that was a nice sporty touch. The radio was awful, a really old cassette deck but it did have a separate equalizer that looked amazing. Unfortunately it wouldn't work with any after-market units so I ditched it. The leather seats were... (more)
Story
My favorite memory was star gazing with my girlfriend. We drove off outside of the city to the middle of nowhere and parked. I opened up the truck and folded down the rear seats and we laid down in the back and just looked at the night sky and cuddled all night long.
Pros
The engine and transmission were amazing. Silky smooth and a ton of pickup. The seats were so comfortable and absolutely amazing. The trunk was so roomy and with the folding rear bench you could carry a small army. The styling is quirky and cool. It's so different and looks futuristic in an 80's way.
Cons
The suspension was a bit bumpy. The ride wasn't exactly smooth. Also finding a mechanic that didn't want to gouge me was a pain at first but I eventually found one in my city who worked exclusively on Swedish vehicles (SAAB / Volvo). Maintenance ended up being cheaper than my dad's Lexus and my brother's Mazda.

1988 Saab 900 - Saabs are not for everyone.

Molly
Troy, Idaho
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
Saabs are not for everyone, but I love my Saab! She runs well, even at nearly 30 years old and with over 200,000 miles under her belt -- doesn't hesitate at hills or highway speeds, and she just hums along with very few rattles or shakes. The body style is unique but oddly attractive...nothing fancy with the paint or trim but has a narrow-looking profile that makes her look fast and sporty. As with any older car, there is the occasional need to repair or replace parts -- and because she is an unusual car, finding mechanics and parts that work with her can be a challenge but well worth the effort. Being a convertible, she is an absolute joy to drive in nice weather, but she does exceptionally well in the snow, too...and that Swedish heater keeps me toasty warm in even the coldest of ... (more)
Story
A little boy, maybe six years old, dragged his mom over to look at my car in the grocery store parking lot and then told me I had the coolest car he had ever seen...he then told his mom that he was going to have one just like it when he grew up!
Pros
Convertible, yeah!!! Runs well, even after 30 years and 200,000 miles. Fun to drive and makes people smile! Does fairly well on mpg. Cute car, distinctive, and never fails me in sun or snow!
Cons
Repairs and parts can be a challenge due to age and rarity, convertible top requires regular care, and the lack of cup holders is inconvenient.

2007 Saab 900 - Sporty and Quick

BF
Kansas City, Missouri
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
I love the car. It has a sporty look and is so quick. It has the sport trim (AERO) so it has the additional stability control and the stiff shocks and struts. I love that it also has the larger V6 engine and the turbo as well. This thing flies. The only thing that I dislike about the vehicle is that SAAB is no longer making these vehicles so it's extremely hard to get specific original parts, most have to be off brand, and it is also expensive to get them worked on. I go to a place that works on them and it cost me almost $1,000 to get a few spark plugs replaced and coils replaced as well.
Story
I was driving the car to Oklahoma to get by daughter. On the way back (while she was not in the car) there is a stretch of highway that has no exits and no one in at least 4-5 miles. I was able to really let the car go. I got the vehicle up to a very fast speed in the quickest I have ever seen in any vehicle. Its was exhilarating.
Pros
It's extremely quick. It's also very, very stylish. It has all leather trim on the inside as well and many additional feature that the lower models don't have. It had a night mode which will turn off all the lights on the dash and controls except the speedometer. This makes it very nice if you have passengers who are trying to sleep.
Cons
It's a huge pain trying to get this car worked on. I have had only a few problems with this vehicle and they have all been fairly minor but finding a place to get the parts and somewhere that will actually know how to work on SAABs can be difficult.

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