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Saab increase

SAAB has increased prices of its 9-3 range for the 2002 model year in line with specification upgrades, cut fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in petrol models and improved refinement in the diesel.

The entry-level diesel now starts at £16,820 (formerly £15,970) but gains air conditioning, an alarm, improved audio system and a new wheel design. SE models are given a carbon fibre fascia, part leather trim and 16-inch alloy wheels. CO2 emissions for the 2.0t model have fallen to 201g/km from 213g/km.

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