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This is a discussion on Picking up my Saab 9-2X Aero Tommorow within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; congrats, nice car...

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    I got mines at Dorito Brothers in Walnut Creek, CA.
    2005 Black Mica Pearl Saab 9-2X Aero

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    What was the MSRP? Were you able to negotiate a lower rate, in addition to the rebate? Or were they unwilling to negotiate due to the rebate?

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    Finally!

    I just picked up a new red 9-2x aero with sport package for LESS than a new WRX wagon with no options....score!!!! $23,400 out the door!!!!

    I'm so excited about this car...after being a longtime maxima owner, I'm glad to be a part of the boxer club...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzyFunkyKool
    I just picked up a new red 9-2x aero with sport package for LESS than a new WRX wagon with no options....score!!!! $23,400 out the door!!!!

    I'm so excited about this car...after being a longtime maxima owner, I'm glad to be a part of the boxer club...
    Welcome aboard!!

    Kinda wierd....I bought a Red Aero and came out of a Maxima too... (Twilite Zone music here)...

    BTW: The red ones are fastest :-)

    Cheers,
    2005 Saab 9-2x Aero (Turbo)
    1994 Dodge Viper RT/10
    1973 Plymouth Road Runner
    1969 Ford Cortina GT
    1963 VW

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    Very wierd indeed....what year was your max? i loved the VQ engine, but the torque steer sucked, and the 5th generations were just too much of everything: weight, power, size, problems, etc.

    I have a suspicion the red ones are faster...unfortunately, i haven't driven mine yet...there was a scratch on the front spoiler, so they're fixing it and gave me a black one to drive in the meantime....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzyFunkyKool
    Very wierd indeed....what year was your max? i loved the VQ engine, but the torque steer sucked, and the 5th generations were just too much of everything: weight, power, size, problems, etc.

    I have a suspicion the red ones are faster...unfortunately, i haven't driven mine yet...there was a scratch on the front spoiler, so they're fixing it and gave me a black one to drive in the meantime....
    I came out of a 86 (Gen 2) Maxima SE (5 spd) with 278,000 miles. That thing just wouldnt die, probably the best car I have ever owned (reliability wise). I worked for Nissan dealers for 20 years and have to say the Nissan V6 is excellent.
    Cheers,
    2005 Saab 9-2x Aero (Turbo)
    1994 Dodge Viper RT/10
    1973 Plymouth Road Runner
    1969 Ford Cortina GT
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