While there are some signs that the used car market may start to cool down, rarer cars seem to continue to go on the wave. Interestingly, however, one is very rare and very interesting Saab 9-5 sedan with low mileage may be a rare exception to the rule. There are only a couple of hours left, which costs a paltry $ 15,000.

This is a 2011 Saab 9-5, and it’s a feature only because it was the most recent year of production before Saab was rolled out and eventually sold out. Just before that the 9-5 was the first new car released into the property Dutch automaker Spyker although it was designed and mostly completed in GM ownership. And yes, this is the same Spyker that made supercars before it was also rolled out.

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However, there is more to it than it seems. It’s not just the Saab 9-5. This is the top-of-the-line Turbo6 with a 2.8-liter V6 with 300 hp. with an optional all-wheel drive system that uses a Haldex unit using a clutch package with a standard rear electronic limited slip differential. This is a special package, even if it was not the last year of production.

Inside this Saab you’ll find a technology package that comes with adaptive cruise control, self-aligning headlights and a semi-digital instrument with graphics that could come out of the fighter. The interior as a whole looks fantastic. The seats are in great shape and have a few adjustments to the front, the rear is clean and well reinforced, and there is also panoramic sunroof.

The owner even includes a sticker on the windows indicating that the original MSRP was $ 54,735. That’s far from the $ 15,000 bet he’s at now. What is surprising is that this car has only 11,400 miles (about 18,350 km) on the odometer. There have been no serious accidents in its history either.

Sure, it may not be the easiest car to find parts, but in many ways it’s a time capsule of the brand that could be something bigger. Auction ends today, Friday, May 20, at about 4pm EST, so if you’re looking for something rare and daily driving, it could be a theft as long as you’re calm about finding parts.

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