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Please HELP! Is this A4 DTM worth the money? Thanks

Fanboy Oct 10, 2013

  1. Fanboy

    Fanboy An Audi Fanboy

    Hi guys,

    Seen an Audi A4 DTM with the following spec for £10k
    Was just wondering whether it's worth considering? Or is it a bit expensive?

    Reg 2005, 55
    Manual gearbox
    80K Mileage
    Full Service History
    Cambelt and water pump changed @ 72k
    2 Former keepers
    Sprint blue
    18" Alloys
    Full leather/alcantara Recaro seats (heated and fully electrically adjustable)
    Climate control
    Bose sound system
    Multi-function steering wheel
    Electric windows and mirrors
    Daytime running lights
    Rear parking sensors
    New MOT
    2 Keys
    HPI Checked and clear


    As this car it's based on an Audi A4 S Line Quattro Special Edition, with the same engine, now you could find them for about £8k for 2007 reg with roundabout 60k mileage on the clock, now was wondering is it worth buying an A4 DTM for £10k or its cheaper model which has the same spec except the body kit and some carbon fibres...

    Which one do you guys think it's worth it...
    Thanks in advance :)
  2. Fanboy

    Fanboy An Audi Fanboy

    BTW which ones of the two holds its value better?! Considering mileage, and age and with S Lines you could go for 2007 reg and DTMs are mostly 2005!!

  3. Giosabcsl

    Giosabcsl Active Member Audi A4 saloon

    Personally i would say the DTM not only because I own one. But I think they are coming up in price they are getting fewer and fewer.

    Besides how often do you see a A4 in sprint blue :) besides the S4 and RS4's.

    Id say the DTM purely would hold its value based on rarity. Thou its not a collectors item as such but to find a low mileage DTM these days you do pay stupid money for were as well spec'd a4 2.0tq they arent really high in price.

    Some say the DTM is slightly lower than the S Line. 10mm maybe? full recaro front and rears is nice.

    Again it depends what you want. Do you want to stand out ? or want to be an ordinary audi driver.

    You also forgot the one you referring to has Xenons and a centre arm rest which was a optional extras for the DTM.
    As well as the heated seats.

    I would say it is one of the better sped'd dtms for sure :)

    Main thing would be to check the clutch and turbo and possibly scan the car for codes if you can.
  4. DieselJake

    DieselJake Well-Known Member

    Go DTM if you've got the cash, you'll enjoy it more and come resale you'll probably loose about the same amount... although I never understand people who think about selling cars before they're bought haha.

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