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Shall I trade in my A3 SB Sport for a A3 S Line with high spec?

Snook Feb 17, 2014

  1. Snook

    Snook Mr_Snook

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    In two minds of what to do!

    Currently have the following spec...

    A3 1.6TDI SB Sport Scuba Blue
    Comfort Pack

    Looking at trading it in for the following....

    A3 1.6TDI SB S Line Scuba Blue
    • Hill hold assist
    • LED headlights
    • B&O Sound system
    • Tech pack with Audi Connect
    • Tyre pressure monitoring
    • Interior Light pack
    • Front/rear sensors and Park Assist
    Whats everyones thoughts? Dealer has offered fair deal considering I'm under a 3 year plan.

    Looked at retrofitting some options but very pricey and not always done as well as a factory fit.
     
  2. Schizophonic

    Schizophonic Well-Known Member

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    Go for it!
     
  3. Balaal_h

    Balaal_h Well-Known Member Team Glacier Audi RS3

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    Agree with above, go for it if the deals good!
     
  4. cemerson

    cemerson Well-Known Member

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    What sort of deal have they offered?
     
  5. BGS

    BGS Active Member

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    If it's a good deal then why the heck not!
     
  6. andy203

    andy203 181 BHP

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    Would certainly add Comfort Pack. And if one can afford to why not.....
     
  7. steeve

    steeve Well-Known Member TeamMisano Team Ibis Audi S3

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    If you're looking to buy a stock car then its a nice spec. However if It was me and I was ordering a new car then I would cut a few options (like LED lights) to get the 184 engine. The driving pleasure will increase enormously.
     
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  8. Snook

    Snook Mr_Snook

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    Good point, that is already included. Missed it by mistake :wacko:
     
  9. Snook

    Snook Mr_Snook

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    Not a lot but 5% off the price which is good, plus surprisingly getting a fair bit back for the car I have had for 4 months!
     
  10. cemerson

    cemerson Well-Known Member

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    If you looked at retrofitting options, does that mean that the order has already been placed? eg, is it a cancelled order, or used car?

    5% is OK, but you'd expect that anyway - I got more than that when placing my order originally. You could try pushing for more.
     
  11. yetirider

    yetirider Active Member

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    Voice of reason - NO
    Same engine, won't get you anywhere quicker.

    All this is going to do is -
    1/ Cost lots of money to change the car.
    2/ Costs lots of money on extras you don't really need.
    Its just part of being a member of a forum where everyone's adding extras to say look at my spec, don't feed off the hype........

    Unless your going to say you've had the car three years?
     
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  12. DrTS

    DrTS New Member

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    agree with yetirider and steeve on that. i would consider the engine as a first then see what options i can squeeze in my budget. good luck
     
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