2004 Saab 9-3 Vector Convertible

No Reserve

Two owner Limited Edition drop-top showing just 63,424 miles with 175bhp 2.0 turbocharged motor and auto/tiptronic 'box - summer fun

Supplied new in May 2004 by Riders Saab of Falmouth this Saab 9-3 Vector convertible is a Limited Edition model featuring the 2.0-litre turbocharged engine developing 175bhp driving the front wheels here via automatic transmission with finger tip controls on the steering wheel for tiptronic control should you so wish.

Finished in light grey metallic, the car has had just two owners from new, the current since August 2016 who have covered only 63,424 miles. Outside the car sits on its original 17inch 6-spoke alloy wheels with contrasting black Mohair hood with heated glass rear screen. Eagle-eyed viewers may have noted the vendor has unfortunately caught a pillar with the door just prior to the sale which has put a neat crease in the driver’s door, however this looks to be repairable at a decent bodyshop and panel beaters.

That aside, it looks like a very smart, low owner, low mileage example with a smart two-tone leather interior boasting electric heated seats with driver memory, parking sensors, digital climate control with A/C, night mode, multi-function steering wheel, powerful sound system, fully automatic electric roof, trip computer and more.

Within the history file we find the V5C, owner’s pack and service book with 8 stamps, the last in July 2018 at 48,977 miles and certificate of conformity. The current MOT is valid until January 2022 with 6 advisories noted for minor wear and tear aspects.

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Chassis Number: YS3FF79S046017009
Engine Number: B207LFA004562378
Engine Size: 1998
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 8 stamps; MOT January 2022 with 6 advisories

Lot 95

Lot ended

Wednesday 23/06/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

Not Sold

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