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Price rise for Saab 900 range

SAAB has increased the prices of all but one of its 900 line-up by an average of 1.5%. The only model in the 900 range not to be included in the rise is the 900i three-door price-entry model which has been held at its pre-increase price. The 9000 model range is the subject of a smaller price rise of 0.75% with all option prices unchanged on both the 900s and 9000s.

Saab has also introduced a new range of 900 'Talladega' models, available in coupe, five-door or convertible bodystyles. A new model is also due to be launched by Saab in the UK this year. A Saab spokesman said it was too early to give any details, but industry speculation suggests that the car would be based on a stretched Vauxhall Vectra platform and would be positioned between the 900 and 9000 ranges.

Sample prices (on the road minus road tax): 900 S 2.3i Coupe £18,955 (£18,850), 900 Talladega XS 2.0i 5-dr £20,155, 900 Talladega XS 2.3i 5-dr £21,700. 9000 CS 2.0i £19,605 (£19,450), 9000 CSE 2.3t £27,355 (£27,150), 9000 CD 2.0i £19,605 (£15,450), 9000 CDE 2.3t £27,355 (£27,150).

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