Still loving the car, so not in a rush to sell, BUT there's some good deals on the company Audi's (for once!!), so considering trading mine in and going down the company route with an A6 Avant.
I've got somebody down the road who's been asking after my car for a while, but given the slightly unusual spec and extras, I have very nearly zero idea what to suggest for a price!
Audi A4(B6): 2.5TDi Quattro Sport: Factory Xenons, BOSE, full sports leather, brushed metal trim.
Mods: All OEM: S-Line bodykit, 2008 RNS-E, Bluetooth, Audi R8 FBMFSW, SDS-High voice control, full DIS, cruise control, fan-jet & Aero wiper mods, RS4 ARB,RS4 pedals, 18" S4 'AvusIII' alloys OR 16" w/Vredestein Wintrac Xtremes, ISOfix, TV: Ampire DVBT-400-3G, Snooper Lynx, "curry" hooks, Westfalia detachable.
May 2001 reg, 136k on the clock, mostly Audi service history, including Audi fitted cambelt and waterpump <12 months ago.
Only service advisories are the brakes: "wear is moderate, but showing rust."
The Parkers guide price is (based on 110k miles avg):
- Franchised Dealer
More info £4,410
- Independent Dealer
More info £4,245
- Private Good
More info £3,970
- Private Poor
More info £2,800
- Part Exchange
More info £2,985
Given the high spec (leather MF wheel, leather seats, Xenons, BOSE, bluetooth, RNS-E sat nav, TV tuner) and extras (OEM S-Line body kit, detachable tow bar, S4 aloys w/summer tyres + regular 16" Trapeze sport alloys w/ Winter tyres), how much above the £4k mark can I push it?
I was thinking £5500 with the wheels and all extras: "as-is".
£4000-£4500 if I only sell it with one set of wheels, no TV tuner and I swap the steering wheel back: it still has a lot of extras, but just not the "silly" ones?
I should be able to get £500-ish for a set of 5 S4's with good condition Toyo Proxes, the steering wheel is about £850 new, so I'm guessing £350-£400 for that (or I swap it into my next car!) and TV tuner would be worth moving in to the next car or worth an easy £200-£250, depending how much of the wiring, etc I take out.
134k miles is slightly over the 110k average for those price guides, but with mostly Audi service history, including the latest cambelt and waterpump all being done at the local Audi dealership, I'm guessing that at/near the higher end of the price range would be fair?