Shall I trade in my A3 SB Sport for a A3 S Line with high spec?

Snook

Mr_Snook
In two minds of what to do!

Currently have the following spec...

A3 1.6TDI SB Sport Scuba Blue
Comfort Pack

Looking at trading it in for the following....

A3 1.6TDI SB S Line Scuba Blue
  • Hill hold assist
  • LED headlights
  • B&O Sound system
  • Tech pack with Audi Connect
  • Tyre pressure monitoring
  • Interior Light pack
  • Front/rear sensors and Park Assist
Whats everyones thoughts? Dealer has offered fair deal considering I'm under a 3 year plan.

Looked at retrofitting some options but very pricey and not always done as well as a factory fit.
 

Schizophonic

Registered User
Go for it!
 

cemerson

Registered User
What sort of deal have they offered?
 

BGS

Registered User
If it's a good deal then why the heck not!
 

andy203

Q5 Black Edition
In two minds of what to do!

Currently have the following spec...

A3 1.6TDI SB Sport Scuba Blue
Comfort Pack

Looking at trading it in for the following....

A3 1.6TDI SB S Line Scuba Blue
  • Hill hold assist
  • LED headlights
  • B&O Sound system
  • Tech pack with Audi Connect
  • Tyre pressure monitoring
  • Interior Light pack
  • Front/rear sensors and Park Assist
Whats everyones thoughts? Dealer has offered fair deal considering I'm under a 3 year plan.

Looked at retrofitting some options but very pricey and not always done as well as a factory fit.

Would certainly add Comfort Pack. And if one can afford to why not.....
 

steeve

Registered User
If you're looking to buy a stock car then its a nice spec. However if It was me and I was ordering a new car then I would cut a few options (like LED lights) to get the 184 engine. The driving pleasure will increase enormously.
 

cemerson

Registered User
If you looked at retrofitting options, does that mean that the order has already been placed? eg, is it a cancelled order, or used car?

5% is OK, but you'd expect that anyway - I got more than that when placing my order originally. You could try pushing for more.
 

yetirider

Registered User
Voice of reason - NO
Same engine, won't get you anywhere quicker.

All this is going to do is -
1/ Cost lots of money to change the car.
2/ Costs lots of money on extras you don't really need.
Its just part of being a member of a forum where everyone's adding extras to say look at my spec, don't feed off the hype........

Unless your going to say you've had the car three years?
 

DrTS

Registered User
agree with yetirider and steeve on that. i would consider the engine as a first then see what options i can squeeze in my budget. good luck
 
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