Changes that would make me want a Type-R:
Ooops, I guess I was thinking the non-Alltrack, AWD version of the GSW. Pretty sure only the base models are available with a stick. That’s still an utter bargain. They’re great to drive, and my SEL had so much equipment.
6k off? So you’re getting it for mid-high teens?! I’d take that deal all day. I loved my GSW TDI, I can’t imagine how good the Alltrack is.
Two Audi’s, two VW’s, a Porsche...I’ve had minimal issues. So I’d recommend the Alltrack.
Counterpoint: The 718 GTS with PDK is fantastic, noise be damned (though IMO it sounded good). Thanks to the deprciation and low sales, those who don’t mind the flat four noise and are seduced by the tunability will be getting bargain priced mini supercars.
Panamera’s have always had it.
It’s a punched out and turbo free version of the 992 engine.
I’m surprised it’s not drawn with Crayons.
Low-option car, but very low miles, it has the right wheels, and it’s in lovely condition. I’d say $45k is a good price.
I’m not in the market yet. I have a move to make (both job and location wise) first.
I don’t really fit comfortably in the Cayman GT4.
“No warranty” means it was not a CPO’d car. I’m guessing that the dealership is selling it on consignment. Rest assured it’ll still carry the balance of the factory warranty.
Nope. Both GT3 RS and GT2 RS are PDK only.
Admittedly, I was trying to carefully maneuver over the thigh bolsters when I was getting out, since I didn’t want to scratch anything in a $400,000 car.
Low mileage Carrera T’s are a screaming good bargain, though I dunno how many have the buckets.
Oops, pictures looked awfully similar on my phone. Fixing.
It’s satire and confirmation bias rolled together.
Well, it makes sense. Loading the up with options gives them the fattest profit margins.
Not German, but close enough. V60's aren’t special order as far as I know.