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SAAB 9-3 (2001)
Hatchback TiD 125 SE

  • Body Type
    Hatchback
  • Doors
    5
  • MPG
    45.6
  • Year
    2001
  • BHP
    125
  • Dimensions
    • Length
      4629 mm
    • Width
      1711 mm
  • Emissions
    • CO2
      164 g/km
    • Engine Euro Stds
      3
  • Engine and Drivetrain
    • Cylinders
      4
    • Driven Type
      4x2 Front Wheel Drive
    • Engine Capacity
      2171 cc
    • Gears
      5
  • Fuel Consumption
    • MPG
      45.6
    • MPG (Extra Urban)
      56.5
    • MPG (Urban Cold)
      34
  • Performance
    • BHP
      125
    • Maximum Speed
      124 mph
  • Weight and Capacities
    • Seats
      5

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Key car facts

  • Car Type Type Hatchback
  • Transmission Trans Manual
  • Colour Grey
  • Mileage 197000
  • Fuel Fuel Diesel
  • CC Engine 2171CC
  • CO2 164
  • Year Year 2001
  • Tax Road Tax £200.00

Buyers Premiums

Our buyers premiums include all of our admin and HPI charges.
Each vehicle is subject to a compulsary Buyers Premium, the prices are as follows:
£0 - £500 £29
£501 - £4,000 £39
£4,001 - £10,000 £59
£10,001 - £20,000 £79
£20,001 - £40,000 £99
£40,001 - £80,000 £129
£80,001+ £159
All prices are inclusive of VAT.

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This Swedish company made it’s name on the back of the group company’s involvement with the development of fighter jets.They’re responsible for some extremely solid and reliable cars, however, and also some quirky designs which have earned a place in automotive history.For example, the 1956 Saab Sonett Super Sport, a short-lived vehicle which you’re unlikely to see around today.It was in the 80s though that they really took off with the Saab 900 Convertible, again a limited run of 400 so very rare and difficult to find today.The 1984 9000 had vast interior space and was hailed as Sweden’s safest car at the time, making it ideal for families.In 2002, however, they opted for a more sportystyle, and the 9-3 Sport Sedan was born. This car had premium features and a 2.0 L turbocharged engine. It was probably the Saab 9-3 Convertible that really turned heads though. The stiffer body and automatic soft-top operation made it the perfect car fordrivers, and the pop-up roll bars added to the brand’s safety credentials.And then, 2008 brought us the Saab Turbo X, a 2.8 L engine producing 280 hp and one of the first all-wheel drive systems giving incredible handling in all weather.Call 01908 972939 to find your next used Saab or come and visit us at our showroom -binca.co.uk in MK17 9AA, Buckinghamshire

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