Audi A3 2007 2.0 TDI.
Full Audi SH
Cambelt last year
4 new tyres
Perfect bodywork and alloys
Non smoker package and ipod connection
Bought from Audi dealership
I have been offered £6,800 trade in. A friend in the trade says the trade in value...
Normally i ring round, go to the cheapest place (or get them to price match) and get them fitted. Looking on the web there are some places that sell tyres at a good discount. Per tyre.......
Kwick Fit Pirelli p Zero 225/45/17 £148 all in.
Lovetyres.com £89 delivered. Obviously fitting is extra...
According to the service book, oil, filter and pollen filter (as not changed for 2 yrs). I was wondering if there was anything not in the book, but ""recommended"", like when i changed the cam belt, i did the water pump as well. Not in the book, but the consensus is its a good idea.
1. Delivery service 2007 august.
2. Long life service 2009 august------ oil, Filter and pollen filter
3. August 2011 As above and brake fluid plus i had the cam belt changed.
I am going onto annual service. Anything else need doing this time except for oil and filter.
If you dont ask, you dont get. I reckon now is a good time to get jobs done as most people will have one eye on xmas and leave any big jobs until the new year. Mechanics sat idle=good opportunity to negotiate.
No mods, bog standard. Normally i use Louth VW who are excellent and have a great reputation. However, my Audi is under warranty and the window switch needs fixing, hence Cleethorpes Audi can do both jobs. I dont really rate Cleethorpes Audi, but for warranty work i have to go there. Anyway...
The part number i got was from Audi yesterday. They put my reg in the computer and came out with a set of options.
As for some that prefer the ones i have, i can understand that, its just my preference.
They are not very common, but they are the ones i like. I have thought about going the route you suggest, which i did with my old A3. It was just so much hassle, misadvertised, dodgy ebay sellers,etc,etc.
Any other alternatives except ebay or new from dealer. I'd like the genuine Audi ones above.