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Drewcam

Scirocco for sale

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2.0 GT TDI 140

PANORAMIC ROOF,

White,

Balance of Manufacturers Warranty (5 months left)

FVWSH (1 stamp at 21k miles)

Touch Screen Media Interface, Plus 6 disc CD, Plus SD slot,Plus IPod connection,

Duel Auto Climate Control,

Auto Lights,

Auto Wipers,

Privacy Glass,

Auto Dimming Rear View Mirror,

1 Previous Owner,

4 Months Tax,

Good Tread All Round (3 x very good)

This car has been lovingly looked after. Parked carefully incar parks and as a result has no scuffs or dings. All paint is in excellentcondition including the 4 alloy wheels that has no scuffs or kerb marks.

Private Plate not included. Original plate that will go backon car is PY10 DBX

33k miles

£14,500 (make an offer)

07977 468 947

Drew +++

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If you haven't already, you may want to post on Scirocco Central and Scirocco Net.

GLWS

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Yeah, will do that cheers.

I'm a member of Scirocco Central so may get time to get it on tomorrow +++

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One thing though, 21k miles is a long time to the first service. Even on longlife regime the maximum interval is normally 19k miles or 24 months. Just be prepared to answer questions on it.

Rocco looks good in white, especially with the Panoramic Roof. I nearly went for white but decided on blue in the end.

Good luck anyway.

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For some reason the first service should be 18600 miles. Strange number.

Nice car though, good luck

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For some reason the first service should be 18600 miles. Strange number.

Nice car though, good luck

The reason the service intervals come up as 9,300 and 18,600 is because they are converted from 15,000 and 30,000 kilometres within the the service counter.

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The reason the service intervals come up as 9,300 and 18,600 is because they are converted from 15,000 and 30,000 kilometres within the the service counter.

Ah, I see.

I'll win the pub quiz with that one.

:-)

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Remind me to stay out of that pub if there's ever a quiz on :P

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Thanks for the heads up on service interval. Not really sure as wifes car and she took it in when the display told her it needed doing.

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Hey Drew, my BMW did nearly 22k before it asked for a service. I think it's condition based variable servicing and not a set time/mileage.

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That's what I actually thought Dave but wasn't really sure enough to comment on it.

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It is variable servicing but the maximum normally is 19k miles / 24 months.

[h=2]Flexible Service Regime (LongLife Service)[/h] We recommend this service if you are likely to drive more than 25 miles a day, and if you tend to drive in the following way:

  • Regular long distance driving
  • Driving at a constant speed with minimum vehicle and engine loading, and minimal towing
  • Economical driving

This Flexible regime has been made possible due to the development of new Volkswagen engines with the latest technically advanced longlife oil. These engines use built-in sensors that continually monitor the oil quality, making it possible to enjoy reliable and confident motoring for up to a maximum of 18,000* miles or 24 months (whichever occurs first).

*Please note that all mileages are approximate as the service indicator system uses kilometres as the distance measurement.

Edited by Cuprabob

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I think the fact Drew's missus got it to 21k miles before the car asked for a service is an indicator of how it's been driven during that time. Personally, I'd be more worried if the car had asked for its first service after 12k miles.

Personally, I can't see a problem with it. OK it may have overran the first service by 2k miles according to the book, but it's a modern car that's obviously been driven carefully. Having seen first hand how his other cars have been looked after, I've no doubt it'll be in immaculate condition.

Good luck with the sale, Drew.

Edited by Milo

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I don't doubt it's well looked after and I agree it's not an issue. As I said earlier, I was just making him aware that the documented maximum is 30k kilometres (18,600 miles) and to be prepared to answer queries on it. I have never heard of one going above the quoted 19k miles before.GLWS Drew

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I have just bought a3 year old bmw 118d with its first stamp at 22000 miles last feb and now only sitting at 28000, didnt bother me as i know the bmw tells you when to get it serviced

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