Thought I would get a poll going for the question I am asking myself at the minute!
I guess you are thinking of changing your already ordered Spec?
When I ordered my A3 on Tuesday (last day before the 1st Oct price increase) the sales lady said that if I made any further changes to the spec after the 1st Oct it would trigger the price increase on the car so advised me not to change anything. Can anyone else confirm that this is right?
With no 'neither' option I haven't voted
Personally, I'd rather save the cash or spend it on other more desirable options (but then I've had said the same for your red brake calipers..... )
All a matter of personal choice. It would be a very boring world if we all liked and went for the same options. Take Sepang....... oh, hang on
And the video evidence is right there on that page as well. Enough for me to make up my mind anyway, but do what ya wantOnline Article said:To comply with European regulations requiring independent mechanics and locksmiths, rather than just main dealerships, to be able to replace lost key fobs, many car makers include a feature that allows new fobs to be programmed from data held inside the car’s electronics. The data is protected by security software but some hackers appear to have cracked the codes and developed devices that thieves can use to access the data and program blank fobs.