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How much is a Saab 900 2.5 V6 worth?

I've owned my 1995 Saab 900 2.5 V6 convertible for almost 10 years and I 've only seen two other 2.5 V6 convertibles for sale over the years. Would I be right in saying my car is rare in the UK? I'm considering selling my car but have not been able to find a way of getting some idea of what my car might be worth?

Asked on 25 November 2019 by Andrew Clements

Answered by Keith Moody
The 'new generation' Saab 900 was built under General Motors stewardship, which meant engineers had access to the 2.5-litre V6 that was used in the Calibra and Omega. It was also offered in the Saab 900, but very few were sold - certainly in the UK. According to DVLA data, there are 29 900 SE V6 autos on the road. As such, valuing one is extremely difficult as so few come up for sale. Prices for this era of 900 convertible are held back by its GM heritage so even a very good one is only worth about £1500-2000. You may be able to ask a bit more for yours given the engine.
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