CAP reports increased RVs for Saab 9-3
The firm says that the residual value of the 9-3 1.9-litre Turbo Edition diesel Saloon has risen over £1,000 during the last 10 months.
Jeff Knight, monitor editor at CAP, said: 'The rise in forecast values for the Saab 9-3 over the last ten months has been driven by an increased confidence in the brand; allied to an improved product content creating a better future used car.'
'These rising residual values show that Saab is moving swiftly in the right direction,' said Paul Adler, Saab GB’s general manager, corporate sales. 'This significant trend is due to a number of factors: greater confidence in the brand, improved specifications offering greater value, and a competitive advantage in terms of CO2 emissions for our best-selling models.
'With more new products to come later this year, such as 9-5 SportWagon and 9-4X crossover, Saab is in good shape to continue its renaissance.'