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My New Lava S-Line Saloon

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B8 Chassis)' started by pitch3110, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. pitch3110

    pitch3110 Member

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    Chaps,

    Order placed in July and finally collected last Monday

    B8 A4 143PS TDI Executive S-Line Saloon
    Lava Grey, Grey stitching on interior
    Multironic, MMI, 19" 7 arms, Interior Light pack, Folding Mirrors, Parking Plus and Hill Hold Assist.

    Here she is

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  3. jwhat

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    Oooo I like that! it's :cool: Well wear
     
  4. MattW

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    Lovely colour, would have ordered that on my S if it were available.
     
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    niiice :)
     
  6. DaveW

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    By the way, how do you post pictures here? I have some pics of mine, but can't find an upload option...
     
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    Thanks for the tip Matt :icon_thumright:
     
  9. pitch3110

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    cheers chaps...

    Yep Photobucket is the simplest by far and easy to use.

    ta
     
  10. pitch3110

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    and some inside ones....

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  11. DaveW

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    TV reception too? Niiiice :)
     
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    DVD probably. It's standard with the a 3G Nav system. It works well. I put Gladiator through it to test mine and it certainly seems like 5.1 surround sound. Apart from that I've only used it for music DVDs as any thing else would be distracting when driving (once you've enabled Vehicle In Motion of course ;) ).

    I need to put a kids DVD in there for those unplanned moments when you get stuck in traffic and the kids are getting restless.
     
  13. pitch3110

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    DVD as Scotty says Dave.

    Cleaning the car and watching The Office.

    Good call on the kids DVD's Scotty, had just that last weekend, thats when VIM would be good when you are crawling in traffic.....lots of groan when we started to move again which was a turn up. I need to progress that.

    ta
     
  14. Crazyfool

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    Very nice...What's the difference between the standard S-Line and Executive?
     
  15. DaveW

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    The Executive has leather/alcantara trim as opposed to leather/cloth on the S-Line.
    Also the Executive adds cruise control, mobile 'phone preparation-low and the Symphony 6 CD head unit to the S-Line spec.

    Dave
     
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    "the Symphony 6 CD head unit to the S-Line spec".... unless (for an unknown reason) you already have SatNav.

    The other advantage of the Exec pack is that moving on to full leather is only £330. Also with the Exec pack the Tech pack is a lot cheaper.
     
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    I am currently looking for an almost new 2.0T S-line Avant and noticed there are quite a few executives for sale. The only problem is that they are £2-3k more, although after looking at the photos above, it seems worth it!

    I notice some of the cheeper S-lines don't have all the controls/buttons around the gear stick. Is there a reason for this apart from cost?
     
  18. scoTTy

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    The Executives do not command a price of £2-3k more. The Executive option is only about £600 !!!

    Are you sure you don't mean the S-line pack?

    With regards the buttons around the gear shift - you get this on a SatNav equipped car. Otherwise the same buttons (minus the SatNav) appear on the dash and leave (in my opinion) a horrid blank bit of plastic by the gear shift.
     
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    That's what I was thinking
     

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