2008 Audi A5 3.2l S-line on 2040-cars
Closter, New Jersey, United States
Selling a used Audi 3.2L S-Line with less than 46K miles and clean car fax. I have the title and have plenty of time to sell to right buyer. Cash only and $500 deposit required once auction is won.
Brief summary of the car:
S-Line sports package
- Sports suspension
- 19 inch Y design wheels
- S-line sports steering wheel and exterior trim
- Xenon head lights
- Folding mirrors
- Heated power front seats
- Leather seats
- Triptronic auto transmission with paddle shifters
- Dual climate control
- Dual exhaust
Note: For those looking for navi, I have a Garmin 3597 portable GPS that i'm willing to throw in the deal
Audi A5 for Sale
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Thu, 22 May 2014 19:14:00 EST
Walters - on foot with his paint-eggs and no carbon-fiber launcher - couldn't possibly escape from the Audi, let alone launch his own offensive, could he? You'll have to find out in the video below. And while we won't give away what happens, we'll say this video will definitely put a smile on your face, if you like all-wheel-drive drifting (which you should). We also included a couple more videos for your enjoyment, one of which takes you behind the scenes of The Duel.
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