2006 Saab 9-3 Aero Convertible

Rare and potent 2-owner 247bhp 2.8 V6 turbo version with manual 'box; attractive spec in a super colour scheme

Supplied new by Camden Corporate Fleet Service of Wapping London in April 2006 this powerful convertible has had just two owners from new, the current lady since April 2007.  Finished in Fusion Blue with two-tone parchment and black interior it still looks striking sat on its attractive five-spoke original alloy wheels.

This example of the 9-3 range features the range-topping Aero spec with a powerful 2.8 litre turbocharged V6 engine driving the front wheels through 6-speed manual transmission and develops a whopping 247bhp - more than enough to blow away those Covid-cobwebs of weeks sat idle!

The interior features an array of gadgetry with navigation, electric folding soft-top, powerful sound system, night mode, heated electric seats etc etc. 

Showing a modest 112,000 miles the car looks to present well and comes with a stamped service book showing some 8 stamps, the last at 79,444 miles in March 2016.  In addition to this, the book pack and V5, there is also a service history print-out from MARS dating from August 2016 at 83,732 miles to the most recent lube service + pollen and fuel filter in November 2020 at 111,891 miles. Currently showing 112,373 miles, it bodes well for the new owner that the servicing and MOT (clean, valid until November 2021) are both taken care of for quite some time.

These are rare and very capable fast cars and considering they aren't making them anymore, this seems a prime opportunity to bag one!

Reg No: LD06NCX
Chassis Number: YS3FH76U066101723
Engine Number: B284LAM006013326
Engine Size: 2792
Docs: V5C, Hand Book, 8 Service Stamps +1, service history print out; MOT December 2021 with no advisories

Estimate: £3,000+

Lot 33

Lot ended

Thursday 18/02/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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