My new S3 hatchback

Benji34

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Benji34

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So here is my new car. Some will know what I was getting based on a thread I started concerning service history but that is all sorted so anyway. It's a 2015 manual 3 door with 22k on the clock. It was spec'd with tech, comfort and interior light pack, SS seats, B&O system (which is incredible) electric lumbar support and rear sensors. Finished in Glacier white. Cannot express how happy I am with it so far. Drove 400 miles to get home yesterday and it was a joy to drive. Long motorway runs were a breeze and I also ended up taking some twisty Scottish back roads to get the boat and got to push the car on a bit. Awesome piece of kit. I am one happy boy.
 

Audi Bairn

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Very nice car and great looking pad you have there!
 

Audi Bairn

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Ah Cheers buddy, we built it two years ago so the outside is still a work in progress but we are so happy to be living out in the countryside and away from the world haha.

Similar to us but we've been in just over a year.
Can't beat the peace and quiet.
 

Benji34

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Did you manage to negotiate any kind of deal on warranty?

No sadly not. Basically the price I got the car for meant that (in their words) there was no margin for it but I've 18 months warranty still left and I'll extend it for a year when the original is close to expiring.
 

Matty_S3&S5

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Happy days mate! Nice looking car and welcome to the Glacier White family! :friends:
 

richinsoton

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If it wasn't for the crease in the seat base side bolster leather you would think it was 0.0 miles not 22k miles!. It's a little corker. :respekt:
 

Benji34

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If it wasn't for the crease in the seat base side bolster leather you would think it was 0.0 miles not 22k miles!. It's a little corker. :respekt:

Thanks bud, it really does look immaculate inside. Guessing it was a motorway mile munched and little else. I used a couple of those melamine sponges on the steering wheel and seats to take that slight shine off the appearance and get it back to matt, then used a leather cleaner followed by a leather feed to protect it. I picked up a couple of stone chips sadly on the drive but shouldn't be a big expense to get them touched up and then I'll get it machine polished and a clear coating applied on the front end to protect it.
 
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