I hope it's a write off for your sake. The damage looks quite severe and you would assume the chassis has taken quite a hit and the damage may well be throughout the length of the car.
btw, what about the guy who hit it? is he insured? has he admitted fault? etc..
At the end of every episode of Car Wars, when they tell you what happened to the scum bags in the prog, every single time it's:
'The guy who stole and crashed the honda, got fined £40'
'The guy who got caught driving without insurance and a license got fined £40 and was banned from driving for...
It's got some welly....
Only driven about 50 miles but some initital observations in regards the A3.
- The cabin feels a lot smaller than the A3
- The rear legroom is possibly worse than the A3
- The boot is HUUUUGE
- The steering is so direct, heavier than the A3 as well...
I haven't seen many new TTs and all the ones I have seen have had ****** 17 inch wheels.
I hope the TT loses its image of being a style over substance car because by all accounts the new one has style and substance.
I think it's more to do with the size rather than them choosing to have deeper dishing.
The A6 Le Mans had 19" RS4s and they look the same as the ones on the RS4, as do the ones on the new TT.