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S3 with panoramic roof pics

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by mojo555, Feb 15, 2012.

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    looking at a couple of S3's at the mo and one is ibis white with pan roof just wondered what they are like more so inside????


    just trying to weigh up if its worth the extra.

    thanks
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    also do you still get black headlining???
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    S3s are available with both black or grey roof lining. Having open sky doesn't change that. Both colour still available

    My opinion is go for it! Looks great from the outside especially on white, and soo much more light inside not to mention the ambience it creates. And you have roller sun shades.

    Not the best of pics, uk you get the idea!

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    Thanks Virdee, that just makes me want buckets!!!!

    I had an S3 last year and it just came withthe black headlining so assumed it was standard, does look good esp on the lighter colour cars.
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    Go for the pan roof the extra light is fantastic, have a look how small the windows are on a3's.
    should also help at resale time to.
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    You know what to do:respekt:


    I have it, so it must be cool.:racer:
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    Keep an eye on the last roof section just before the rear spoiler - can be prone to scratches because it isn't glass.
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