Lets make that kitten purr...
- Jan 29, 2008
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So what's the 2.0t pack then?
New Age Driver said:Well, it's a 1.9 TDI SE, for £16,450 and it's done like 5,000 miles. On DriveTheDeal, a 1.9SE new, is £18739...
PeterS said:OK, so by the time you had a few extras it'll be nearer £17,500 brand new. But I'd want the 1 year old one to be £14,500 at the very most before I'd take it over a new one.
mister.c. said:Not sure why you think it is a scam from your post.
If it is because they offer a discount, it is because you can get significant discounts on the A3. As has been said.
See the following (in the first thread a dealer says 10% is achievable)
mister.c. said:Any closer to knowing exactly what you want sir?
It's my understanding that 1.4, and 1.6 for that matter, are aimed at a younger demograph. I mean not many 30 year olds are gonna go for A 1.4. Why then, have they made it so pricey? Surely it should cater for younger people and take that into account when deciding the price listing.
I was looking yesterday at other hatchbacks, and although they don't compare, they are still lower in price - Ford Fiesta Zitec, Fiat Grande Punto..they are aimed at a younger demograph..shouldn't the 1.4 be the same?
Some older people want a small engined car. Teachers for example. LoL