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Buying A3 2.0L Quattro Sportback S-Line

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by AjM, Feb 15, 2009.

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    AjM Living in Blissful Ignorance

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    Looking to buy above car, anything i should look out for, did they make any changes as the years from -05 went on? Any reg's to avoid? Etc? Thanks
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    don't think there is anything major to look out for on the car in genrel, what engine are you looking at petrol or diesel ?
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    Going for petrol, had the 2.0L diesel in 2 previous cars (golf MK5) and fancy being able to rev for a change! I really want quattro too!
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    I bought one 6 weeks ago, 2006 mauritius blue with 18 inch BBS splits as standard - so far, bar coil failure under warranty, I am pleased with the way it drives and handles. Newer onesare supposed to have better soundproofing but overall it does what it says on the tin - goes pretty fast and sticks to the road like glue. Kind of like a family friendly TT in drag!:racer:
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    I ran one for a year before upgrading to the S3.

    The 2.0 S-Line Quattro is great fun and practical as well in Sportback version. Can't think of any common problems to watch out for and you should be able to get a good deal in the current economic climate.
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