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Saab 9-5 Pricing and Specs

2012 Saab 9-5


From $6,800

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

1997 to 2011

$3,400 - 19,800

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Year Price From Price To
2012 $6,800 $21,890
2011 $6,100 $19,800
2009 $6,500 $13,200
2008 $5,700 $13,090
2007 $5,500 $12,430
2006 $4,500 $12,100
2005 $4,100 $10,560
2004 $4,100 $9,680
2003 $4,600 $9,680
2002 $4,100 $9,680
2001 $3,500 $8,800
2000 $3,400 $7,700
1999 $3,400 $7,260
1998 $3,700 $6,710
1997 $3,400 $6,270
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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Saab 9-5 FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Saab 9-5 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Second Hand Saab Search

    SAABS are generally sound, but are subject to breakdowns and problems as the kilometres climb. Seek advice from a Saab specialist and have any car checked before buying it.

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  • Saab turbo replacement

    The trade puts the turbo life at 100,000-150,000 km depending on how they've been serviced. If they've been well serviced they will last up to 150,000 km. The word is they can't be rebuilt and a replacement is the only real option. A new factory-supplied turbo costs around $2200 fitted.

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  • SAAB 9/5: Is it a good car?

    Poor reliability, a nearly non-existent support network, bloated styling, terrible on-road performance, and no resale value all combine to give you the full Saab 9-5 experience. You would be better off putting your money in a bag and setting fire to it than buying a second-hand Saab. While some people love their Saabs I find them as appealing as eating a hamburger made of broken glass and battery acid.

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