Thanks to everybody who added to my earlier threads ‘1.4 TFSI cylinder on demand 150 PS 6-speed?’ and ‘2018 1.5 TFSI Sportback Black Edition Demo?’ Based on the info in the threads and my own test drive I have now purchased a 2017 (67) 1.5 TFSI Sportback (it’s the 150PS so has the CoD feature). The car was purchased from a main dealer and was listed has having 6,000 miles on the clock; however it was previously leased from new by an Audi employee under a six month CBC agreement and the 6,000 was the maximum mileage it could have covered under the terms of the lease. On my collection day it had covered just 2,900 miles in its first six months. The car is Ibis white and totally standard as far as I can tell but being a Black Edition is already well speced. I previously owned a 2016 2.0 TDi 150 sline Sportback and the new car is the first for many years that isn’t a diesel. The engine compared to the TDi is a revelation; it’s very early days yet obviously, but it’s very responsive and very quiet while being reasonably economic (we drove about 275 miles to Plymouth last weekend and it retuned about 45mpg (my calculations, not from the DIS). I made great use of the cruise-control (quite a luxury on a car for me). The Cylinder on Demand is useful to have; it promotes very ‘careful’ driving before it comes into operation; I’m also enjoying the Audi Connect features (first time for me) and the larger display on the MMI. I part-exchanged the TDi against the TFSI. I came away from the dealer thinking I had good deal negotiating the ‘cost to change’ close to my budget and also managed to negotiate the car’s first service into the deal. So thanks everyone for your input. I know there have a few recent threads about the 1.5TFSI but if anyone has any further questions ask away and I will try to help.