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Retail price £4,390 Finance from £81 per month
Saab 900 2012 KAWASAKI VN900 VN 900 BAF CLASSIC Shortlist+4

Year 2012

Transmission Manual

Mileage 23,442

Fuel type Petrol

Engine size 903

Retail price £6,490 Finance from £132 per month
Saab 900 2018 APRILIA DORSODURO 900 ABS Shortlist+4

Year 2018

Transmission Manual

Mileage 2,301

Fuel type Petrol

Engine size 896

Retail price £6,150 Finance from £124 per month
Saab 900 Yamaha MT-09 900 Tracer 847ccFinance arra Shortlist+4

Year 2016

Transmission Other

Mileage 14,013

Fuel type Other

Engine size Unknown

Retail price £5,790 Finance from £115 per month
Saab 900 2016 YAMAHA TRACER 900 847cc MT-09 TRACER Shortlist+4

Year 2016

Transmission Manual

Mileage 27,770

Fuel type Petrol

Engine size 847

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Why buy a used Saab 900 & with Exchange and Mart?

What is it in the mere act of decapitating a car that instantly boosts its appeal? Show most prospective customers a used Saab 900 and 9-3 and they'll agree that it's a well-built, intriguingly detailed hunk of Swedish functionality but it's unlikely that they'll consider what lengths they'd go to get hold of one. Lop the roof off and you're instantly confronted with a motif of upward social mobility, something that's hugely desirable and is in steady demand on the used market. In this green, pleasant and frequently damp land, it's not easy to make a case for convertible cars. Indeed, when viewed dispassionately, they don't seem to make a lot of sense. Try telling that to Saab owners, though. With over 25,000 soft topped Saabs having found UK buyers in the last fifteen years, when many people think about a premium soft-top saloon, Saab seems to be on the money. With over 150,000 9-3 Convertibles sold worldwide, Saab dominates the market sector here in Britain, with almost every other four-door convertible sold being a Saab 9-3. Surprised? Consider this. BMW, who know a thing or two about premium convertibles, can only point to 5% of 3-Series sales as being attributable to soft top models whereas a massive 30% of all Saab 9-3s are sold with the option of sunshine (or sleet) as standard. The Saab 9-3 range is the mainstay of the company's recent commercial success. Aiming to compete head-on with the likes of BMW's 3 Series and Audi's A4 models, the 9-3 represents a slightly quirkier alternative. Since acquiring Saab, parent company General Motors have done an admirable job of improving quality whilst still allowing the cars to retain their inherent 'Saab-ness.' Its 900 forebear was no less successful and has established a good range of used models from which to select. Just be prepared to pay a considerable premium over what you'd expect to pay for an arguably more competent tin-top version.

About the Saab 900 &

Four door convertibles tend to be constructed around a number of compromises and often conflicting customer requirements. They must be spacious yet stylish, safe yet with a raffish carefree image and must also be affordable without gaining a downmarket tag. The 900 and 9-3 Convertibles have consistently managed to span these diverse criteria better than any other and that's why they sell so well. The base two-litre turbocharged models in both ranges are probably the cars to go for, but whichever model you choose, style, if not exclusivity, has always been a standard feature.

Representative finance example

Borrowing £7,500 on a Hire Purchase agreement over 48 months, a representative APR of 18.5% and a deposit of £0.00, the amount repayable would be £216.89 a month, with a total cost of credit of £2,910.72 and a total amount payable of £10,410.72.