As said above ^ It always makes me wonder why Audi Advertise Cars on there forecourt with kerbed wheels and scratches on. They repair them before the car is delivered to you obviously but wouldn't you think they would advertise them like that. I think they will be more likely to get a sale if they are all repaired and polished up. As my son went to have a look at a Green S3 at an Audi Dealer last week but he was put off abit because it had 4 kerbed rotor wheels and a scratch on the Sat-Nav Screen he went to go for a test drive in it and the battery was flat and the sales man said it needs replacing. Does anybody know the answer to why Dealers advertise there cars with damage on them ? All the Audi Dealers i have visited do but i have never seen a Bmw Dealer selling cars with still kerbed wheels etc..