Used Saab 9-7X for Sale

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$6,994 92,910 mi.

2009 Saab 9-7X 4.2i

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  • Ext. Color: Black
  • Int. Color: Beige
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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1st Choice Auto
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(703) 537-5927
4.5 (100 reviews)
16 mi. from 20147
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Dealer Review
Awesome Deal
by Vincent from Alexandria VA
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.5 (100 reviews)
My husband and i bought a 2006 Honda Accord from 1st Choice Auto almost 2 weeks ago. Before purchasing the car we seen the identical car at another dealer for almost 2000 dollars more. Me being me, I assumed that the car at 1st Choice must have some type of issue...Wrong! The car's interior and exterior were in almost pristine condition. I test drove it and then my husband and I swear you would never believe the car was a 2006! The staff at 1st Choice, Owner Eddie and the best car dealer ever...Steve were awesome to work with. A few days after purchasing the car we noticed that one of the interior lights were not working. We took the car back up to them and within minutes they had repaired the issue, Upon completion, they asked if there was anything else we needed them to check. Their response "we want to ensure you being a repeat customer and leave here as a happy and satisfied customer' Who does that these days??? I went to pick up my Mom and she was so impressed she went and got a few of her neighbors to come out to see the car. Everyone was so impressed they asked for business cards for 1st Choice. If you are looking for a great deal at a good price with honest and professional staff (which is almost impossible to find) please make this your first choice. Their name serves then well 1st Choice! My only regret, I wish I would have came here first to save gas money!!!.
Consumer Review
When will something finally go wrong?
by All SUV's, All V8's from mn
July 16, 2013
So I've had a fully loaded, every single option, 5.3 liter 9-7x for two years now. It is a 2007. I drive it every day as a commuter and once in a while tow my 5000lb boat when my main tow vehicle is not available. Here's the thing about this car. I have 75,000 miles on it now and nothing, I repeat nothing has needed to be fixed or broken or worn or anything. I'm talking weld the hood shut reliable. I still can't believe I haven't spent a penny on it except gas and oil changes. It will finally need tires soon and that's going to be the extent of my ownership costs. Here's the bad parts however. It corners like it is on rails...literally pull up the skid pad tests and you aren't going to find another body on frame suv with this kind of road gripping performance. It is so amazing it will easily out perform the tires and I have high end tires on it. Even the Chevy Trailblazer SS (that copied the SAAB technology as it is a later released GM) is not quite as good. That's great but how often do you need that level of performance. I can tell you not that often and so the down side of that level of cornering ability is a really bumpy ride. You feel the bumps and cracks in the road and that gets a bit old. The nav unit has a nice big screen but so many times it can't locate an address in the data base and that is even with the most updated nav disc and with old addresses. I hate when I have to break down and use the nav. That's about the extent of the bad that I can come up with after driving 30,000 miles in my 9-7. Other things that I like are: Factory xenon headlights with washers: Torque of the V8 especially when towing a lot of weight Tan and Black interior with French stitching Relatively modern dash for what really is an old platform I surprisingly get a lot of compliments on it as though it is a much more expensive vehicle. I like that the nav disc has it's own dedicated slot as well so you don't have to choose whether you want to use the nav disc or a cd. Since this car doesn't have an ipod connection (which can be done for literally $5 if you care to) you can connect the ipod or whatever device you want to up to the rear entertainment system as a sort of boot leg work around and hear the music or watch a movie from the device. As for mileage, it is a nearly 5000lb vehicle with an 8 cylinder engine. Who would buy this then complain as though somehow they thought that was a winning combination for fuel efficiency?
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