The only catch is that customers will need to print out a form from Saab's website and fill in their contact information. Beyond that, all they have to do is visit their local dealer, test drive the new sedan and hand the form in. Saab will then donate $50 for each test drive.
The offer runs from now until January 3, 2011 so there’s still plenty of time to get up off your lounge and head to the nearest Saab showroom. The automaker says it will donate up to $250,000 to the charity organization, which helps grant wishes to children with life-threatening diseases and illnesses, and at a minimum it will give $50,000.
If you’re keen on eventually buying the car, you’ll be happy to note that Saab is still offering 0 percent financing for up to 72 months on most 2010 models, as well as a lease deal on the 9-5. The 2011 Saab 9-5 can be leased for a very reasonable $439 a month in November, and pricing starts at $40,700 for the base 9-5 turbo 4 model.