...this! http://usedcars.audi.co.uk/carview.aspx?id=600538223 OK the miles aren't the lowest but it has only had 2 owners and a full Audi history from the same original supplying dealer. It has been overserviced (haldex at every service). I have put a refundable deposit down (as all approved 8L's seem to sell immediately for asking price from main dealers) and going to view tomorrow. I have been told it's immaculate having also recently had a cambelt, waterpump, tensioners etc changed, new brakes/discs and various other bits and bobs to get it up to the approved used level (£1100 spent on doing this apparently) Now I realise you're going to pay more in buying from a main dealer but bearing in mind Audis' comprehensive warranty scheme/1 years piece of mind, being a minter and Audi spending the £ on getting it up to scratch/prepping is this a "realsitic" price to pay? Only after a lot of negotiating (dealers polite opening gambit when originally enquiring was they were not open to offers as they have received so many enquiries already) the dealer is only willing to tax it for a year and 1/2 a tank of fuel? In the past I've spoken to a few Audi main dealers and each time their S3s have sold within days if not hours for full asking price. In other words it seems Audi dealers are not open to negotiation on 8L S3s? All thoughts appreciated Cheers!