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I sure hope you didn't buy that Saab :( I have a 2006 and my biggest issue with this car is the wind noise. It's so loud that I when hubby and I ride in the car we're practically screaming at each other. There are few things that I do like about the car, the seating comfort and the way it corners (boy does it corner!) and I love the kick ... Read More
I am looking into to buying a 2006 Saab 9-7X and wanted to get some feedback about vehicle. 1. How is the reliability of the vehicle? I have not found any reliability information for the 9-7X after about 20,000 miles. 2. Will a GM dealership work on the vehicle or must you take to a Saab dealer. 3. Is this vehicle even worth purchasing since I was reading the company is ... Read More
Riddle me this... I am about to lease a 2006 Saab 9-7X 5.3i with Nav and DVD. The MSRP is $44,535 but I negotiated a price of $38,178. What’s more, Saab is providing $2000 cash to put towards the capital-cost reduction. The term of the lease is 27 months (15K miles/year) with a residual of .67 ($29,833). This means, in plain English, that I have to pay $6345 over a term ... Read More
I currently have a Saab 9-3 with 5 payments left at $332. The dealer said Saab will pull me ahead on 3 of those payments and the dealer will eat the other 2. I was told I also get some loyalty credits, etc. 2006 9-7X 4.1 Has NAVIGATION & DVD (does not have the touring package) MSRP $42,535 27 month lease (71% residual) $1264 due at signing ($177 Registration, $275 dealer ... Read More
Hi huma2. It is difficult to say what manufacturers' future incentives programs will be like. Saab's current lease program is scheduled to run through September 5th. I don't expect its lease program on the 2006 9-7X to get much better than it is now, but only time will tell what will happen for certain. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
My wife and I just leased a 2006 9-7x, 5.3 V8. I love the looks of the exterior and interior. It drives alot better than the other GM SUVs on the same platform. It has excellent acceleration and handling (The turning radius is great). Our lease ended on our Saab 9-3 convertible, and we needed an SUV because we now have a baby. The 9-7x has the "Saab" feel that I ... Read More
I'd be happy to give you an idea of what this truck's lease program is currently like, Don. If you were to lease a 2006 Saab 9-7X Linear through Saab Financial Services Corp. right now for 24 months with 10,000 miles per year, its base lease rate and residual value should be 2.69% and 71%, respectively. As you can see, SFSC publishes lease rates instead of money factors for the vehicles ... Read More
Hello asr515. Saab's May lease program for the 2006 9-7X is scheduled to run through July 5th. I doubt that it will make any significant revisions to this truck's lease program for the month of June, but only time will tell if this is definitely the case. It is not that difficult to negotiate an attractive lease when you want to trade your current vehicle in. Just keep the transactions separate. ... Read More
Hi eschule. It appears as though the dealer that you are working with is attempting to mark-up Saab Financial Services' Corp.'s buy rate lease money factor for this truck to add additional back-end profit to your deal. SFSC's current base lease rate and residual value for a 36 month, 15,000 mile per year lease of an '06 9-7X are 3.7% and 57%, respectively. Unfortunately, I am not aware of any source ... Read More
Here's the latest, coppamc. If you were to lease a 2006 Saab 9-7X through Saab Financial Services Corp. right now for 36 months with 15,000 miles per year, its base lease rate and residual value should be 3.7% and 57%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 24 month lease should be 3.7% and 69%. Saab is still providing the $1,000 lease cash that you mentioned on this truck. Car_man Host ... Read More
I own both a 2006 Saab 97-X and a 2003 Trailblazer. I could not disagree more about the above comment. There is NO comparison in my mind between the 2. I like both cars, but one is a luxury SUV and the other is a family SUV. And there is no way you are getting a loaded trailblazer for $19,000. You may be able to get a bland one with no ... Read More
Hey imariquinn. If you were to lease any 2006 Saab 9-7X through its captive finance company right now for 24 months with 12,000 miles per year, its base lease rate and residual value should be 3.7% and 70%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease should be 3.7% and 59%. When negotiating your lease on this truck, keep in mind that Saab is currently providing $1,000 lease cash ... Read More
Hi gmar1. A base 2006 Saab 9-7X has a spread of a little over $3,000 between its full MSRP and dealer invoice prices. This means that the price that you were quoted before the subtraction of any incentives is right around dealer invoice, which is good. The lease rate that you were quoted for this truck is a little higher than Saab's base lease rate for it right now, 3.7% vs. ... Read More
I purchased a 2006 9-7x in December. I just picked it up after being in the shop for 3 weeks. Apparently, GM Quality has been having issues with Axle Seals on the Envoy and Trailblazer platform and it took Saab Dealer (not used to dealing with GM supply chain) weeks to figure out how to deal with problem. Car is nice to drive, but the marriage of GM and Saab is ... Read More
I would ask myself if those nicer wheels are really worth sacrificing in terms of mileage on the 5.3. And does anybody really need a 5.3 in a Saab?
Just took delivery of a 2006 9-7X. I now have 3 Saabs at home (9-5 wagon, 9-3 and the 9-7X). I believe Saab owners are a breed apart. My first Saab, years ago, was a 900, followed by 2 9000's until my daughter's 9-3. This is a given; they are quirky, have terrible resale value, are tough to maintain, but I absolutely love to drive them and have enjoyed every Saab. ... Read More
i hate to say but i agree with you. if saab can't stand on their soapbox and talk about the safety of their vehicles then they have very little to talk about. very disappointing...
Saab should be embarassed: http://www.safercar.gov/NCAP/Cars/3686.html
This afternoon my wife and I stopped by the SAAB dealer to see if they had received a 9-7x. We were surprised to learn that they had recently received two; an Arc and a Linear. The Dealer Principle had taken the V8 Linear for the long weekend, so we drove the Arc with the inline 6. We are original owners of a 1996 Impala SS and a 1999 Tahoe 2wd Police ... Read More
We Check the ID (and Id) of Saab's First Ever SUV (Inside Line) Steve, Host
from car connection - http://www.thecarconnection.com/Vehicle_Reviews/SUVs_Wagons/2006_Saab_9-7X.S181.A8762.html-
No arguements on design, a Subaru is not a Saab, just saying this is the best they could do in such a short time. But also don't diminish the utilitarian / functional quality similarities between the two companies. They want to pull younger buyers in the door. The Saaburu was the best vehicle platform to do this. We will have to see how much brand dilution and canabalism occurs. But they ... Read More
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