Saab - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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2021 Market Review - Saab

Saab left us in 2012 and for a while the collector segment of the market seemed not to care. Early 96 models with two-stroke engines sell well on the European market but are rarely seen here.

Some 99 and 900 Turbos have been appearing with values still at realistic levels. However, the ones to watch are the more recent 9000T Carlsson and Griffin. Non-turbo 900 sedans and hatchbacks are rare, but Cabriolets still exist in decent numbers.

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Even more common are open-top 9-3s and the 9-5 sedans, both usually below $10,000. 900 Turbo Cabrios were once a ‘Yuppy’ favourite and cost $85,000 new. Today’s market values them at less than a quarter of new price.

99/900 Turbo $21,000 [3]

900 Turbo Cabrio $18,165 [3]

9000 Turbo $15,900 [5]

9-3 Sedan/Hatch $6935 [18]

9-3 Cabriolet $8210 [20]

9-5 Sedan $6340 [11]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2021 European & British Value Guide.


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From Unique Cars #456, Aug 2021


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