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Saab Cuts MSRP on 2010 9-3's
Wednesday, 10 March 2010 10:52

2010 9-3XIf you've been holding off on buying a new 9-3 because you wanted to make sure Saab would still be around to service it, it turns out you may have been doubly-smart. Saab announced that it is cutting the MSRP on 2010 9-3 models by 4 to 12 percent and will begin shipping new cars to dealers (who have been hurting for inventory) this month. The MSRP on the base-model 9-3 now comes in just below $30K, and even the 2010 9-3 Convertible has been discounted more than $2K. This puts pricing in a similar category to Swedish cousin Volvo, whose S40 starts at just under $30K as well.

Current Saab owners or lessees will also get an additional $1K discount on any 2009 or 2010 model. This is on top of already generous incentives of $4K-$8K offered on any leftover 2008 and 2009 models.

So if you've been holding out, it sure looks like NOW is the time to support your local dealers!