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New to audi

trev_tang Jan 4, 2007

  1. trev_tang

    trev_tang 05 A3 TDi sport (140)

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    Hi all,

    Just new to this audi thing lol, looked at alot of audi forums but this one seems to be the best of the bunch. I've switched over from a honda civic sport to a A3 tdi sport (140).

    One question... is the cupholder on the dash easy to fit? i Just have the coin holder one and it is no use. Can the dealers fit this?? Also can they fit the armrest as well?

    Many thanks

    Trevor
     
  2. ahaydock

    ahaydock Member

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  3. Staz

    Staz is a retronaut Staff Member Moderator VCDS Map User

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    Mine came with the cup holder but I noticed the S3 I test drove had the coin holder. Why is there a difference? I must admit though I'd prefer a coin holder. I never use the cup holder cos I don't want to spill coffee on my stereo. And I could put sweeties in it :yum:
     
  4. Boydie

    Boydie Guest

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    do you have leather?

    if so the armrest from audi will cost around £200 - a cloth one costs £120

    they can fit it but at a price but im sure you can do a deal with them eg buy and fit for £200 or something

    or set yourself a project and do it yourself - not a hard job

    locate an A3 at a scrappies if you want and im sure you will easily get one with a cup holder and an armrest
     
  5. wilko

    wilko Top Gear

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    Welcome to the forum! Your right this is the best... no point looking elsewhere!
     
  6. trev_tang

    trev_tang 05 A3 TDi sport (140)

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    thanks for the help guys!:blush:
     
  7. trev_tang

    trev_tang 05 A3 TDi sport (140)

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    ok...audi in belfast are looking 120 to fit the armrests...i could nearly buy another one for that! Don't want to chance fitting it myself so i guess i'll have to pay up :crying:
     
  8. d3fy

    d3fy Active Member

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    or just take it to a local 'good' independant dealer/mechanic and ask them to price it up.
     

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