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Discussion in 'New A3/S3 (8V Chassis)' started by Sandra, May 16, 2012.
Will take out more but this is my A3!! picked her up today
Nice line up
Still think the lapis blue on the Golf R is too dark. Even looks too dark in the piccy & that's in bright sunlight
IMO VW should have kept the lighter coloured rising blue from the Mk6 Golf R
As always, just my opinion of course ...
This is my first time posting in the forums.
I got my A3 about a month ago, it has a 1.2 TFSI petrol engine, the color is scuba blue.
I'm from Costa Rica, I don't know if this version is available in Europe, this is an entry level version of the A3.
Nice! And in Scuba Blue!! Great colour choice. Hopefully mine will look just as good when it eventually gets here!!!!!
Madre mia.... Negro con rotor! Pornografia para mis ojos!
Monsoon Grey S3 lowered on H&R Springs and with wheel spacers front and rear.
looks really good..what spacers r u using.. any rubbing issues at all?
Thanks, Im using the TPI spacers and bolts from GNJ
TPI 15 mm Fronts
TPI 20 mm Rears
S3 8V stuff here:
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Another Sportback, arrived on Wednesday
I will post some thoughts on it vs the 1 Series it replaced when I've had chance to drive it properly
You would have to post that after I've switched from Monsoon to Daytona......
Not mine but a pic of a glacier white S3 saloon
At a dealership in Australia
Those license plates are mental
Are those mirror caps "shinier" like the earlier models, than our new UK spec?
They do look shinier, probably just the light in the photo.
The saloon does suit white, that would be my next choice after the Reds.
Saludos desde España
Nice view, nice car
As I posted briefly elsewhere, I collected my new S3 around lunchtime today. I am over the moon with the colour choice and well pleased with the options I selected.
I'll have a couple more from outside later but right now I have to go and feed my wife and mother.
Do we all have this daft unveiling when getting a new car from Audi ?
I'll be asking them to leave out the cover, but I want a free Audi teddy bear
After ordering then I'm sure I'll have a nightmare of the cover coming of, and it's the wrong colour. After months of waiting.
Nope, mine was just parked outside!
As promised, here are the other photos I took outside the dealer today.
REB154 - absolutely love the car but.....just don't like the wheels. I do see however that they match very well with the chrome.
Enjoy it - it's a fantastic thing
Very very nice indeedy REB154
REB154 - Love the car and the wheels look really good. Still not sure if I want them for my 3dr or the standard S3 wheels. My build is locked with the S-lines, but dealer says he will swap for S3.
My dealer doesn't like the cover thing, says he's known them to inflict scratches. So my car was roped off, but not under a cover
Same for me. Roped off.
Didn't stop some old boy trying to get in it and putting his hand on the glass to get a good look in side. All during pick up......
When I told him it was sold and to please (respectfully) leave it alone he said "its a boy racers car.....not for me"
Can't make it up
Good call, not thought about that. Especially if it's not cleaned pre-collection.
Sounds like a right pr**k!
A roped off section to keep customers away from my PAJ will be just fine, I'll get the paperwork signed, then I'll be on my way thanks.
But seriously, I want one of those bears.....for my dog to play with
£60 RRP expensive toy
I can imagine the cover getting dragged out a cupboard, thrown over your car and then getting dragged across your lovely new paintwork....ouch!
Agreed, would of liked the cover for the "wow" factor but I'll add that to the list of things I don't want to happen with my car pre pickup lol
Yeah, but I'm expecting it thrown in with the car for free, if not, it's just going to be a stick for him to play with
The cover, after being dragged across your car, tends to be left in a crumpled heap on the floor, to pick up yet more grit