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Saab 9-3

2006 (56) 1.9 TiD Vector 2-Door 

9
£3,995
2006 (56)
Finance Available £61 pm
  • 1.9L
  • 94kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Convertible
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Saab 9-3

2010 (10) 1.9 VECTOR SPORT Tid 2-Door 

Low Mileage
20
£6,950
2010 (10)
  • 1.9L
  • 56kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Convertible
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Saab 9-3

2007 (07) 1.9 TiD Linear Anniversary 2dr 

10
£2,490
2007 (07)
Finance Available £30 pm
  • 1.9L
  • 118.2kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Convertible
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Saab 9-3

2010 (10) 1.9 TiD Vector Sport 2dr 

12
£4,990
2010 (10)
Finance Available £82 pm
*Best Example on the Market*
  • 1.9L
  • 125kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Convertible
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Saab 9-3

2008 (58) 1.9 TTiD Vector Sport 2dr 

20
£6,948
2008 (58)
Finance Available £129 pm
Heated Full Leather+FSH+Cruise
  • 1.9L
  • 79kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Convertible
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