Registration number and spec are very similar to my old PFL which was ex Audi management.
One thing I missed was Comfort & Sound pack (but the pops and bangs made up for it) and personally I wouldn’t buy an RS3 without panoramic roof
It’s the “car” that needs to be compliant though and while the engine may be compliant in the TTRS body it may not be when you factor in the extra weight and less efficient aero of the Rs3. The new WLTP tests are far more stringent than the NEDC assessments they have replaced and I fear Audi are...
It’s worth remembering that these automated valuation sites generate a figure based on CAP which in turn does not take into consideration any extra specification.
For a true valuation speak to a specialist who knows about desirable spec and I’m sure you’d be bid thousands more.
As Doc says RS3...
A lot of used VAG models have seen increases in value since September 2018 due to the impact of WLTP and the lack of new cars available to the dealer network. There has been more competition for stock hence prices have risen for desirable models.
CAP values of RS3s have always been quite harsh...
Can recommend Perfection Group in Leicester, speak to Fraser he’s a top bloke.
I know there’s an issue with the Audi Sport emblem when face cutting RS3 wheels but it looks like placement is different on the TTRS so you should be fine.
Yes mate, wiper and assembly do need to be removed first. It's a bit of a fiddly job but definitely one you can do yourself in about 30-45 minutes. I found a really helpful guide on the S3 forum actually.
Thanks mate :icon thumright:
That's about the only photo I have of the rear (ish) of my car I'm afraid.
I know opinion will be divided but I think it makes the back end look really clean and like you said only a tenner :icon thumright:
The lip is so shallow on the FL wheels I doubt you will find anyone who is able to diamond cut the face without losing the 'Audi Sport' logo.
Best bet would be a local repair which will look fine to the un-trained eye but probably noticeable close up.
I've used Perfection Group in Leicester...