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TT 3.2 Quattro DSG/Manual

aveedub Aug 25, 2008

  1. aveedub

    aveedub New Member

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    Hi Everyone, i'm new to Audi although i currently drive a Golf mark 3 VR6 shed (forgive me car!!)
    i'm going to change to a 2004 vintage TT 3.2 Quattro very shortly, either manual or DSG. i have driven the DSG version and it blew my mind,:drool: so now attempting to haggle with local dealer on price :banghead: . are there any major faults i should be aware of, DSG box for example? i know the dash pod is a common problem....BUT my intial reading / research seems to suggest the rest of car is pretty much bullet proof (my Golf engine is similar and no problems at 130K miles).

    i was thinking about a manual box but with the start/stop we have in this country i felt DSG better and guess there is no consumption penalty with this choice?any comments would be gratefully received!!!
     
  2. Geordie Mike

    Geordie Mike Yeee-haw

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    Nothing major to worry about. I may happen to have a 2004 DSG should anyone be interested.
     
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    aveedub New Member

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    hi Geordie Mike.......thanks for response........now done the deal........£12K for a mint 28K miles car and the stealer is changing garrish red leather into bargain for black!! he he he!!

    i tell you what it pays to be cool when buying a car.....when i told them i wasn't interested i left it and..... surprise surprise, a day or two later, they were on the the phone dropping the price!!!! i'm still convinced, call me cynical, that they made a profit on car despite their protestations!!!

    definitely a buyers market at moment!!! i take delivery on Tuesday, i'm already grinning from ear to ear!!

    best wishes

    shane
     

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