- Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Power Mirrors, Clock, Tachometer, Telescoping Steering Wheel, Steering Wheel Radio Controls, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Side Airbags, Keyless Entry, Security System, Fog Lights, Intermittent Wipers, AM/FM, Cassette, Body Side Moldings, Cup Holders, Heated Mirrors, Rear Fog Lamps, Vanity... Mirrors - Until April 30, 2016 Certified Audi your first payment will be made for you up to 500.00. Must qualify for financing through Audi Financial Services. WAC Print this Ad for additional savings of 295.00 of your deal.* Must present at time of transaction. Prior sales excluded.
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Agree with other reviewers - Art was great to work with. He made the whole experience, which I usually dread, painless and very informative. He let me steer but provided all the information I needed to make a good decision, at a fair price. I am very happy with my certified A4 Premium Plus!
This is my 3rd Saab (my wife and I still have a '91 900 convertible as a summer car). I would say that the 9-3 is a bit more refined than the 900, but does lose some of its charector with the beginnings of GM influence. So, here's the deal with Saabs: Don't own one if you rely on a dishonest or inco...mpetant mechanic. Before you get even a simple maintenance repair done, do your own research on-line. These cars don't go bad nearly as often as you'd think from some of these other reviews -but I've had well meaning mechanics whom I've known, still give me bad (and expensive) advice when the problem was cheap and simple to repair...or no problem at all. Now the good stuff: Very few cars offer the blend of performance (buy a radar detector), comfort, utility, and economy. The turbo with a manual transmission is a bit tricky at first, but great fun after getting used to it. Mid-range accelleration and passing is fabulous. Saab seats are unbeatably comfortable on a long trip. Drive it nice and you can break 30mpg on the hiway. We live in Northern Minnesota and the Saab 9-3 is a great winter car -but get the snow tires.