Most cars of this calibre average between 22k and 24k miles anually for the first couple of years, then level off a bit. An Audi of the age of this car would usually be selling at around 70k to 75k miles. This particular example has had a very easy life and is offered at 27,575 miles. Not only that, but the Glass' Guide retail price algorithm suggests an asking price of £21,040, whereas good ol' HLG are marketing it at a very realistic £19,950. That's why people keep coming back for more!
First registered on 21/07/17 (coincidentally, as I write this, it's fifth birthday!) the car was bought new by a local couple, with a view to driving it rather more than they actually did; Corona and Covid necessitated a change of working culture for a great many people, when working from home became prevalent. The sensible decision was made to sell the car and here it is, resplendent and ready to make someone happy all over again!
The paperwork shows three services to date and a fourth will be carried out before the new purchaser takes delivery. The MoT runs through until 20/07/23. Part exchange, as always, is welcome and we are licensed credit brokers, so finance can be arranged if required. Estate cars never go out of vogue, appealing to family and business users alike. When new, the list price of this magnificent car was some £38,000. Make no mistake, at around half of that, this car is an absolute bargain! To drive it is to love it.
Call Peter on 01663 763355 for more details, or to arrange a viewing and / or test drive. Thanks.