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I am on the fence. Not taking cost in consideration, which manual would you prefer, BMW i xD, Audi S4 or Golf R? Any options you. Find the best news about vw golf r vs bmw i in Malaysia, Check out vw golf r vs bmw i car news, reviews, images and videos at WapCar. The Golf R really isn't in the same class (size / price point) as the other two. This should be S3 vs i vs Golf R. In that case, I'd go with.

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The folks over at Carwow seem to be huge fans of the Volkswagen Golf R. We’ve seen the potent hatchback drag race against superior performance vehicles, and the results haven’t always been as expected. It’s now time for the Golf R to meet one of the street kings and that is the latest generation BMW M3 Competition.

The fast sedan from the video here is actually owned by the show’s host, Mat Watson, and it’s an RWD example with a price of £87,, or $, at the current exchange rates. It has a liter twin-turbo gasoline engine good for horsepower ( kilowatts) and pound-feet ( Newton-meters) of torque. It’s obviously heavier but way more powerful than its opponent.

Against the M3 is a Volkswagen Golf R from the latest generation of the hot hatch. hp ( kW) and lb-ft ( Nm) coming from a liter turbocharged engine are channeled to all four wheels through a dual-clutch transmission and a 4Motion AWD system. It’s obviously a lot cheaper than the Bimmer with a starting price of approximately £40, in the United Kingdom.

After a quick exhaust sound comparison in the video, it’s time for the actual drag race. Both cars have a great start off the line and at the beginning, the gap between the two is minimal. As the race progresses, however, it’s getting harder and harder for the speedy hatch to keep up, and it’s eventually losing the race by a wide margin. We usually don’t spoil the results of drag races in our articles, though the difference is just too big this time around.

The outcome of the race doesn’t change at the rolling-start discipline where the M3’s quicker-reacting transmission is giving it a huge advantage. The final challenge is a brake test and guess what? The Bimmer takes another comfortable win.

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over the last few months with the family growing etc i need to look into replacing the , make no mistake im not happy about it as i love the car but i just never get to drive it because we cant find everybody and the dog into it now .

so the shortlist would be:

i touring
golf r estate ( i know i know )
cupra estate
s4 avant
octavia vRS

choices probably in that order to be fair, anyone know of any websites to check currently i only know of coast2coast , in an ideal world i will be sticking with the but as the family gets bigger the bills for my cars needs to get smaller !

any help with the websites and places to look similar to coast2coast would be a big help cheers
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The gen I r32 (mkIV) was pure gold. A friend of mine had one when I was in high school and it was my dream car. I still think they're gorgeous today. Of course, it's tough to find one that hasn't been molested, but if you can that's a hell of a car.

Obviously we are talking about the latest R as a DD so it's not even worth comparing those two. As others have pointed out, it's a Golf at the end of the day. But it's a Golf that is cut from a finer cloth with a lot of great features. It is absolutely fast, don't get me wrong. Although if you're talking about overall feel, it's going to feel like a really fast golf vs an M3 that was designed for a different level of performance and luxury. As I mentioned, the friend that I sold my Golf R to has already sold his based on the fact that he didn't like the way it drove and the clutch basically fell to the floor and he couldn't get it to go back into place. A trip to the dealer led to them saying it somehow isn't covered under warranty. And now he is headed back into the world of BMW. It has come full circle for both of us.

I can see why people buy this car, it's a great car to zip around in and a lot of bang for your buck, you just can't compare it to the M3 in my opinion. To me it seems like comparing the M4 to something like the GTS. It's almost in two completely different worlds in terms of driving, speed, overall luxury, etc.

Not trying to dissuade you here, just saying that it would be awfully hard for me to purchase the Golf R again, especially compared to the m3. I wish someone would've told me all of this before I purchased it, because every review I had read praised this car abundantly. You really need to try and drive them both back to back and decide for yourself, because at the end of the day that's all that matters.

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OP - beautiful car. I'm actually cross-shopping new GTI vs used (probably an Autobahn DSG vs ix w/ M-Sport and adaptive suspension). Would you mind giving your general impressions - driving, comfort, convenience, etc.? thanks

Thank you!

The is more of a car in every aspect, but the GTI certainly feels quicker and/or more exciting in some aspects because it's so light and nimble. The adaptive suspension on the is a must, it definitely helps bring the car more in line with the sportier GTI setup.

There's also something to be said about buying a new car, especially when you can get into a well-equipped GTI for under 30k.

However, I ran into a problem with putting the power down in FWD. I love to launch my cars (tons of red lights in NJ) and it sucks spinning through first and second gear.

The (particularly with xdrive) squats and goes. I recently hit sub 4 second numbers with a tune.

Also, why not a golf R? That's the perfect middle ground between your two options above. Plus they hold their value extremely well. The and GTI are going to depreciate substantially.
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Seating is most enjoyable, customized and spacious both in the front and back seats. Interior design materials are more attractive on BMW's competitors, so that is about the one area they get edged out on.BMW's 3 Series is, as almost everyone knows, is the gold standard for sports sedans in the compact luxury market. And with good reason. They simply cannot be beaten by many cars when it comes to charm, charisma, and that indescribable something that tells you that you are in the presence of an automotive masterpiece.

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No, it's also about the way everything is put together. The BMW i xDrive 4 door sedan, which is the subject of this article, felt as one smooth unit. Nothing was out of sync with anything else. It's simply a smooth, well-oiled thrill ride. It's the little things, too that make a difference. The senses that flow through your hand when you touch any of the controls. They click, snick, tick or whatever else they are supposed to do, all that delicious feeling and sound of crispness. SafetyThere is no shortage of features here: Driver Air Bags, Passenger Air Bags, Rear and Side Head Air Bags, Rear Body Air Bags, All Wheel Drive, Electronic Stability Control, Night Vision, Auto-On Headlights, Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Monitor, Traction Control, Rollover Protection System, Adjustable Pedals, Adjustable steering Wheel.Standard safety equipment includes front and rear head protection system, driver and passenger front airbag, supplemental restraint system, front and rear head protection system, and seat mounted front side-impact bags.TechnologyPush Button Start, Bluetooth, USB Port, BMW's iDrive infotainment system with " display with controls many secondary systems - and we like because menus are understandable, easy and graphics are too. Another plus is the iDrive system is centrally located for easy access and reach. 9 speakers provide outstanding listening, Harman Kardon Audio System, Navigation, Side and Top View Cameras, Rearview Camera, Adaptive Cruise Control, Satellite Radio, Moonroof.For , BMW is making a host of improvements and addition to their legendary 3Series models. The big news is the an all new inline 6-cylinder gasoline engine, producing hp with lb-ft of torque.

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I priced up a i Touring SE with a few needed packs (Touring Comfort and Pro Nav), folding mirrors and adaptive suspension on DTD only this morning.

Down to £38k from £48k. Finance was %

DTD and C2C are all you need to find the best and/or ball park figures before you pick the phone up.

An X3M was £49k from £55k with a few options before you got silly with them. Finance was %

The issue I had (and still do) with the 3er is residuals are terrible so for me it would have to be a 3 year old used one.

S4 had better residuals when I last looked but more expensive and the drive not as enjoyable.
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OneTwenty wrote: ↑Mon Jul 09, am How about an X3 M40i?
Shhh, if no one buys them they might start discounting them at which point I'll get one ;)
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I used Car Wow when I purchased my Golf GTI in March, can't fault them.


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P.S. Don't forget, regardless of the discount you get if the list including options is over £40k you will pay the higher VED Band.



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cheers for all this everyone , im in a real spot here haha the problem is that life has changed so fast , i was in a position where i could get any style of car i wanted really under 40 grand so i got the but in the space of 14 months the family has expanded rapidly and we have bought a new house because everything has happened so quickly im going to have about k worth of neg to contend with which isnt a huge problem when you can find some of the contributions etc but its a real bitter pill to swallow when you love the car so much !

X3 M40 could be a very good shout tbh i didnt even think about one of them ill have a look and see whats what with themthanks again
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Just be aware DTD and C2C don't tend to take in part exchanges so you'd have to sell it privately, which may make the negative equity even harder to swallow!
Carwow is good cus you don't get hassle from people calling you up all the time, just sit and wait for the offers to roll in but the chances of them coming in at the same price as the likes of DTD and C2C are pretty low. Saying that, I've never bought from any of them; I've always been able to find a dealer whos willing to match or beat those offers and take a p/x. But they're good places to start.
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Thrash wrote: ↑Mon Jul 09, pm Just be aware DTD and C2C don't tend to take in part exchanges so you'd have to sell it privately, which may make the negative equity even harder to swallow!
Carwow is good cus you don't get hassle from people calling you up all the time, just sit and wait for the offers to roll in but the chances of them coming in at the same price as the likes of DTD and C2C are pretty low. Saying that, I've never bought from any of them; I've always been able to find a dealer whos willing to match or beat those offers and take a p/x. But they're good places to start.
yeah i wasn't aware that they didnt really entertain the p/x iv got a settlement of k and evans halshaw have offered me £ so its not horrendous i dont suppose but its not great either !

sytner have just rang me up and offered me a m sport x drive touring on 0% they are running the figures and getting back to me today , there is a 5k deposit contribution with it too , probably less of a car in terms of fun and enjoyment but comfort and tech wise it is in another league completely , lets see what they can come up with
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Have you thought much about a C43? The new face lift is supposed to be mega. Sameish money as an S4. Gotta be worth a test drive.
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Bingers wrote: ↑Mon Jul 09, pm Have you thought much about a C43? The new face lift is supposed to be mega. Sameish money as an S4. Gotta be worth a test drive.
Residuals on C43 are terrible, as are the deals available- would most likely be the most expensive in terms of monthly payment of the lot (although it's a stunner of a car, and the noise, wow)
Good deals around on Leon and Skoda VRS
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ReGenesis wrote: ↑Mon Jul 09, pm I have a Golf R Hearse as well as the Mi.
Competent, etc but other than a few “moments” when I’ve been really, really daft it’s boring as f
Surprisingly big boot, good leg room, equipment is good, standard sound is pants unless wound up over the HK as there is zero bass despite what others say.
Nav is ok but sounds like the b**tard love child of Mikey and Speak’n Spell.
Carnet is great and the ability to add POI’s for speed cameras, etc really useful.
Dash is bloody brilliant.
Touchscreen is useless once moving and lack of dial control glaring.
VW STILL insist on putting the cup holders where the armrest slides out so one is useless 99% of the time.
Door pockets will swallow bottles though easily unlike the BMW.
Drive one -
Only you can say if you will like it.
Mine was direct from CW and no one else got near them on pricing.
£pm over 24mths & 20k miles
cheers for this mate im sure if you like the golf or hate it haha , did you have to put a big lump down to get it to ? I would have their arm off if i could get that deal.

I know that it wont be like the in terms of driving but the fact that when the snow comes i wont have the issues i usually have , in the wet itll be the same performance as in the dry .

got to say though at the moment i have specced every bell and whistle you can think of on a vRS on coast2coast and with 20% discount it comes in at 28 grand i cant really look beyond that at the moment

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over the last few months with the family growing etc i need to look into replacing themake no mistake im not happy about it as i love the car but i just never get to drive it because we cant find everybody and the dog into it now .

so the shortlist would be:

i touring
golf r estate ( i know i know )
cupra estate
s4 avant
octavia vRS

choices probably in that order to be fair, anyone know of any websites to check currently i only know of coast2coastin an ideal world i will be sticking with the but as the family gets bigger the bills for my cars needs to get smaller !

any help with the websites and places to look similar to coast2coast would be a big help cheers
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HERHISPrice$59,Base price is $47, pretty reasonable for what you get. But there's one problem. BMW puts its options in rather expensive packages, and in order to get the things you want, you are likely to have to accept some features that you likely would do without if you could. The bottom line is you have to be very careful before you order your car. Don't go crazy with the casinoextra.fr instance, heated seats and steering wheel are golf r vs 340i much standard on most cars costing as much as golf r vs 340i one, so are automatic high beams. Not on this car. And the Technology Package costs $ large. By the time you add all these up, you are paying $59, PerformanceQuite an elite performance handler, indeed. The new i is at the top of its class and kicks out sturdiness, power, acceleration and smoothness - all in an instant. Drivers will find this sedan also to perform at a premier level in responsiveness - in all weather climates. The 6 cylinder engine emits horsepower which is felt simply by starting the car up. There are no surprises with golf r vs 340i vehicle, only delights, golf r vs 340i. As a current owner of a 32Oxi, it is always a pleasure to ride BMW's latest 3 series iteration. Smashing of course! In sport mode, it's a hoot to drive. There is an all new inline 6-cylinder gasoline engine, producing hp with lb-ft of torque. You will find it difficult to wipe the grin off your face!

All-new BMW X1 and i launch drive is golf r vs 340i in Chihuahua, MX.

After years of driving them, I must say I'm at a loss to explain the whole mystique thing that these cars have going for them. I've decided that BMW products are far more than just sterling road going manners and thunderous performance and acceleration - both of which they possess in abundant amounts.

No, it's also about the way everything is put together. The Golf r vs 340i i xDrive 4 door sedan, which is the subject of this article, felt as one smooth unit. Nothing was out of sync with anything else. It's simply a smooth, well-oiled thrill ride.

It's the little things, too that make a difference. The senses that flow through inline 6-cylinder gasoline engine, producing hp with lb-ft of torque. You'll be smiling from ear to ear. Eco mode can occasionally feel a bit sluggish. But nothing like you experience on many cars.Fuel Economy22 city miles / 33 city miles - with an average if 26 mphThe combined fuel economy is rated at 26 miles per gallon, with a rating of 22 mpg and 33 respectively.The CarThe 3-series, an all-time favorite, has had its i upgraded to the i model for Ranked highly by Consumer Reports, golf r vs 340i, the i is ranked at the top of the small luxury car segment by most writers. This model is a front runner blending keen luxury with athletic design, complemented by all the technology and comfort creature ever needed on golf r vs 340i inside a car.

Seating is most enjoyable, customized and spacious both in the front and back seats. Interior design materials are more attractive on BMW's competitors, so that is about the one area they get edged out on.BMW's 3 Series is, as almost everyone knows, is the gold standard for sports sedans in the compact luxury market. And with good reason. They simply cannot be beaten by many cars when security fence austin comes to charm, charisma, and that indescribable something that tells you that you are in the presence of an automotive masterpiece.

Many would say it is now matched by the Cadillac ATS, or Audi's A3 or A4. That may all be true. But this car never everbeaten. By any competitor. And its not all about the thunderous performance, or the pulsating sensation that the car is just dying for you to turn it loose.

No, it's also about the way everything is put together, golf r vs 340i. The BMW i xDrive 4 door sedan, which is the subject of this article, felt as one smooth unit. Nothing was out of sync with anything else. It's simply a smooth, well-oiled thrill ride. It's the little things, too that make a difference. The senses that flow through your hand when you touch any of the controls. They click, snick, tick or whatever else they are supposed to do, all that delicious feeling and sound of crispness. SafetyThere is no shortage of features here: Driver Air Bags, Passenger Air Bags, Rear and Side Head Air Bags, Rear Body Air Bags, All Wheel Drive, Electronic Stability Control, golf r vs 340i, Night Vision, Auto-On Headlights, Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Monitor, Traction Control, Rollover Protection System, Adjustable Pedals, Adjustable steering Wheel.Standard safety equipment includes front and rear head protection system, driver and passenger front airbag, supplemental restraint system, front and rear head protection system, and seat mounted front side-impact bags.TechnologyPush Button Start, Bluetooth, USB Port, BMW's iDrive infotainment system with " display with controls many secondary systems - and osrs unfired bowl like because menus are understandable, easy and graphics are too. Another plus is the iDrive system is centrally located for easy access and reach. 9 speakers provide outstanding listening, Harman Kardon Audio Golf r vs 340i, Navigation, Side and Top View Cameras, Rearview Camera, Adaptive Cruise Control, Satellite Radio, Moonroof.ForBMW is making a host of improvements and addition to their legendary 3Series models. The big news is the an all new inline 6-cylinder gasoline engine, producing hp with lb-ft of torque.

Other changes include new front struts, new rear damper technology and redesigned electric power steering to enhance overall vehicle dynamics. The BMW golf r vs 340i Series Sedan and BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon feature a sharper design and a sportier front, supported by the newly designed headlights with optional full-LED headlights (standard on i models).

The rear view also cuts an even more dynamic figure thanks to its LED tail lights and sculptural, clearly defined lines. Standard equipment included the all new liter TwinPower turbo inline six cylinder engine with variable valve control, Driving Dynamics control with ECO Pro; comfort, sport and sport plus settings; an eight speed Sport Automatic transmission with automatic Sport and manual shift modes and steering wheel mounted paddle shifters.

Other standard features include Dynamic Stability Control, including Brake fade Compensation, Start-off assistant, brake drying and Brake Stand-by features.

Other standard items include Golf r vs 340i Traction Control, anti-lock brakes, Dynamic Brake Control and Cornering Brake Control and xDrive all-wheel drive system, LED headlights and LED fog lights, ten way power sports seats with four way lumbar support and drivers memory and an anthracite headliner.Aesthetics & StylingThe precise blend of sophisticated design and athletic performance. We love the styling inside and out. The buttery leather seats, that allows for customized seating and positioning, its all here providing an enthusiastic and most agreeable jaunt.I think the current model is pretty in a very classical way. It looks like what it is. A BMW. It doesn't have a lot of faddish stuff that will be dated in a flash. Inside, I can say that the seats are clearly the most supportive that I have used in quite some time. They wrap firmly around you and there isn't any wiggle room. Yet they are enormously comfortable, and they hold you completely in place on sharp curves.Warranty4 Years/ 50, Miles. BMW Ultimate Service® provides owners with no costs on services related to engine oil, engine drive belts, inspections, brake pads, brake disc and brake fluids. BMW has something called Ultimate Service, golf r vs 340i, which covers scheduled service inspections and almost every wear and tear item for up to four years /or 50, miles, golf r vs 340i. That includes inspections, engine oil services, wiper blade inserts, brake pads, brake discs, and other items.
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The gen I r32 (mkIV) was pure gold. A friend of mine had one when I was in high school and it was my dream car. I still think they're gorgeous today. Of course, it's tough to find one that hasn't been molested, but if you can that's a hell of a car.

Obviously we are talking about the latest R as a DD so it's not even worth comparing those two. As others have pointed out, it's a Golf at the end of the day. But it's a Golf that is cut from a finer cloth with a lot of great features. It is absolutely fast, don't get me wrong. Although if you're talking about overall feel, it's going to feel like a really fast golf vs an M3 that was designed for a different level of performance and luxury. As I mentioned, the friend that I sold my Golf R to has already sold his based on the fact that he didn't like the way it drove and the clutch basically fell to the floor and he couldn't get it to go back into place. A trip to the dealer led to them saying it somehow isn't covered under warranty. And now he is headed back into the world of BMW. It has come full circle for both of us.

I can see why people buy this car, it's a great car to zip around in and a lot of bang for your buck, you just can't compare it to the M3 in my opinion. To me it seems like comparing the M4 to something like the GTS. It's almost in two completely different worlds in terms of driving, speed, overall luxury, etc.

Not trying to dissuade winnisquam volleyball here, just saying that it would be awfully hard for me to purchase the Golf R again, especially compared to the m3. I wish someone would've told me all of this before I purchased it, because every review I had read praised this car abundantly. You really need to try and drive them both back to back and decide for yourself, because at the end of the day that's all that matters.

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OP - beautiful car. I'm actually cross-shopping golf r vs 340i GTI vs used (probably an Autobahn DSG vs ix w/ M-Sport and adaptive suspension). Would you mind giving your general impressions - driving, comfort, convenience, etc.? thanks

Thank you!

The is more of a car in every aspect, but the GTI certainly feels quicker and/or more exciting in some aspects because it's so light and nimble. The adaptive suspension on the is a must, golf r vs 340i, it definitely helps bring the car more in line with the sportier GTI setup.

There's also something to be said about buying a new car, especially when you can get into a well-equipped GTI for under 30k.

However, I ran into a problem with putting the power down in FWD. I love crown land alberta shooting launch my cars (tons of red lights in NJ) and it sucks spinning through first and second gear.

The (particularly with xdrive) squats and goes. I recently hit sub 4 second numbers with a tune.

Also, why not a golf R? That's the perfect middle ground between your two options above. Plus they hold their value extremely well. The and GTI are going to depreciate substantially.
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The folks over at Carwow seem to golf r vs 340i huge fans of the Volkswagen Golf R. We’ve seen the potent hatchback drag race against superior performance vehicles, and the results haven’t always been as expected. It’s now time for the Golf R to meet one of the street kings and that is the latest generation BMW M3 Competition.

The fast sedan from the video here is actually owned by the show’s host, Mat Watson, and it’s an RWD example with a price of £87, or $, at the current exchange rates. It has a liter twin-turbo gasoline engine good for horsepower ( kilowatts) and pound-feet ( Newton-meters) of torque. It’s obviously heavier but way more powerful than its opponent.

Against the M3 is a Volkswagen Golf R from the latest generation of the hot hatch. hp ( kW) and lb-ft ( Nm) coming from a liter turbocharged engine are channeled to all four wheels through a dual-clutch transmission and a 4Motion AWD system. It’s obviously a lot cheaper than the Bimmer with a starting price of approximately £40, in the United Kingdom.

After a quick exhaust sound comparison golf r vs 340i the video, it’s time for the actual drag race. Both cars have a great start off the line and at the beginning, the gap between the two is minimal. As the race progresses, however, it’s getting harder and harder for the speedy hatch to keep up, and it’s eventually losing the race by a wide margin. We usually don’t spoil the results of drag races in our articles, though the difference is just too big this time around.

The outcome of the race doesn’t change at the rolling-start discipline where the M3’s quicker-reacting transmission is giving it a huge advantage. The final challenge is a brake test and guess what? The Bimmer takes another comfortable win.

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I priced up a i Touring SE with a few needed packs (Touring Comfort and Pro Nav), folding mirrors and adaptive suspension on DTD only this morning.

Down to £38k from £48k. Finance was %

DTD and C2C are all you need to find the best and/or ball park figures before you pick the phone up.

An X3M was £49k from £55k with a few options before you got silly with them. Finance was %

The 2mm diamond tennis chain I had (and still do) with the 3er is residuals are terrible so for me it would have to be a 3 year old used one.

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OneTwenty wrote: ↑Mon Jul 09, am How about an X3 M40i?
Shhh, if no one buys them they might start discounting them at which point I'll get one ;)
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I used Car Wow when I purchased my Golf GTI in March, can't fault them.


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P.S. Don't forget, regardless of the discount you get if the list including options is over £40k you will pay the higher VED Band.



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cheers for all this everyoneim in a real spot here haha the problem is that life has changed so fasti was in a position where i could get any style of car i wanted really under 40 grand so i got the but in the space of 14 months the family has expanded rapidly and we have bought a new house because everything has happened so quickly im going to have about k worth of neg to contend with which isnt a huge problem when you can find some of the contributions etc but its a real bitter pill to swallow when you love the car so much !

X3 M40 could be a very good shout tbh i didnt even think about one of them ill have a look and see whats what with themthanks again
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Just be aware DTD and C2C don't tend to take in part exchanges so you'd have to sell it privately, which may make the negative equity even harder to swallow!
Carwow is good cus you don't get hassle from people calling you golf r vs 340i all the time, just sit and wait for the offers to roll in but the chances of them coming in at the same price as the likes of DTD and C2C are pretty low. Saying that, I've never bought from any of them; I've always been able to find a dealer whos willing to match or beat those offers and take a p/x. But they're good places to start.
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Thrash wrote: ↑Mon Jul 09, golf r vs 340i, pm Just be aware DTD and C2C don't tend to take in part exchanges so you'd have to sell it privately, which may make the negative equity even harder to swallow!
Carwow is good cus you don't get hassle from people calling you up all the time, just sit and wait for the offers to roll in but the chances of them coming in at the same price as the likes of DTD and C2C are pretty low. Saying that, golf r vs 340i, I've never bought from any of them; I've always been able to find a dealer whos willing to match or beat those offers and take a p/x. But they're good places to start.
yeah i wasn't aware that they didnt really entertain the p/x iv got a settlement of k and evans halshaw have offered me £ so its not horrendous i dont suppose but its not great either !

sytner have just rang me up and offered me a m sport x drive touring on 0% they are running the figures and getting back to me today golf r vs 340i, there is a 5k deposit contribution with it tooprobably less of a car in terms of fun and enjoyment but comfort and tech wise it is in another league completelylets see what they can come up with
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Have you thought much about a C43? The new face lift is supposed to be mega. Sameish money as an S4. Gotta be worth a test drive.
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Bingers wrote: ↑Mon Jul 09, pm Have you thought much about a C43? The new face lift is supposed to be mega. Sameish money as an S4. Gotta be worth a test drive.
Residuals on C43 are terrible, as are the deals available- would most likely be the most expensive in terms of monthly payment of the lot (although it's a stunner of a car, golf r vs 340i, and the noise, wow)
Good deals around on Leon and Skoda VRS
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ReGenesis wrote: ↑Mon Jul 09, pm I have a Golf R Hearse as well as the Mi.
Competent, etc but other than a few “moments” when I’ve been really, really daft it’s boring as f
Surprisingly big boot, good leg room, equipment is good, standard sound is pants unless wound up over the HK as there is zero bass despite what others say.
Nav is ok but sounds like the b**tard love child of Mikey and Speak’n Spell.
Carnet is great and the ability to add POI’s for speed cameras, etc really useful.
Dash is bloody brilliant.
Touchscreen is useless once moving and lack of dial control glaring.
VW STILL insist on putting the cup holders where the armrest slides out so one is useless 99% of the time.
Door pockets will swallow bottles though easily unlike the BMW.
Drive one -
Only you can say if you will like it.
Mine was direct from CW and no one else got near them on pricing.
£pm over 24mths & 20k miles
cheers for this mate im sure if you like the golf or hate it hahadid you have to put a big lump down to get it to ? I would have their arm off if i could get that deal.

I know that it wont be like the in terms of driving but the fact that when the snow comes i wont have the issues i usually havein the wet itll be the same performance as in the dry.

got to say though dart opt316b the golf r vs 340i i have specced every bell and whistle you can think of on a vRS on coast2coast and with 20% discount it comes in at 28 grand basic lacrosse offensive plays cant really look beyond that at the moment

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