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Value of car? (Saab 93, 2009)

  • 30-11-2021 3:28pm
    Registered Users Posts: 7,805 ✭✭✭ dinneenp


    2009, Saab 93, 1.9 Linear Saloon Diesel Manual (150bhp), annual tax €600, about 240km on the clock. Was going to replace it soon but have done so now as it's been at the garage for a good few months.First they thought it was wiring, then the ECG. He still thinks it might be the ECG (tried 1 but didn't work). So it's still not fixed & he's not going to spend much time at it.

    I'm trying to figure out the value of it, probably for parts unless someone tries to fix it but the problem is don't know how much that'll cost. NCT expired in Sept this year, all tyres are relatively new & very good condition. Interior is ok in general, a lot of wear on driver's seat. I got it serviced regularly enough from garage (where the mechanic used to work in the Saab dealer) but don't have services in the book.




  • Registered Users Posts: 88 ✭✭ kil

    Not a lot going for it to be honest, low spec, no NCT, mechanical issues, no service book.

    Maybe €300-400 as is.

    Which is shame as they are disappearing off the road in the past few years.

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  • Registered Users Posts: 1,023 ✭✭✭ gsi300024v

    How much is it worth if running? Be good to find a saab specialist, I#d issues beofre with a big 3 litre o,ega gsi3000 24v.

    My usual machanic couldn't figure out, neither could another one I'd rate highly, but they brought to a friends who 'd worked in opel befroe, he got all sorted knew what issue was and it was a flier then.

    Just not sure that care is worth effort, we get attached to them and like them, but that doesn't add re sale value.

  • Registered Users Posts: 1,794 ✭✭✭ RINO87

    Its worth SFA as is. Get it up to Saab spares Ireland in Ballybofey. You will drive home with no issues that day, guarenteed. They know this gen 93 inside out. You are at nothing trying to figure out what's up with these cars without the tech 2 diagnostic tool.