Used Saab 9-3 Saloon (2002 - 2011) Buying & Selling

Review by David Ross on
Last Updated: 02 Jun 2014
The Saab 9-3 saloon is a car styled after an aeroplane. The Saab brand has always appealed to buyers looking for something a little different to the mainstream and the 9-3 is a prime example.

3.5 out of 5

Buying used

The 9-3 was launched in 2002, with the first significant revision coming in 2006, when the interior was redesigned. Cars after this date benefit from a simpler dash with fewer buttons and the option of Bluetooth compatibility. Another revision in 2007 brought a fresh look to the front and rear and removing the rubbing strips from the side. It looks more modern and as a result values are slightly higher than non-facelifted cars.

There are plenty about so finding one shouldn't be a problem.

See 52 used Saab 9-3 Saloons for sale, starting at £795

3 out of 5


Saabs have quite a following among buyers looking for a leftfield choice. All are easy to sell on but 2.0T and 1.9TiD are the favoured engines.