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2008 Audi A5 3.2l S-line on 2040-cars

US $25,000.00
Year:2008 Mileage:45049 Color: trim
Location:

Closter, New Jersey, United States

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   

Premium package 
  • Folding mirrors  
  • Heated power front seats   

Also includes 
  • 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

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Mon, 12 Aug 2013 19:27:00 EST

Here's the good news: we finally have visual evidence of the upcoming and all-new 2015 Audi Q7 luxury SUV. A set of photographs show that Audi has been putting the SUV through its paces, with an eye towards an on-sale date sometime late next year.
The bad news is that it was not one of our usual clear-lensed spy photographers that captured these first images, but rather a sycophantic follower of our friends at CarPix. The resulting images are a lot lower resolution than we've come to expect, and there are far fewer angles from which to judge the car.
Still, we can make out the nose of the new Q7 is a bit flatter and wider than the rounded affair of the current car, and wears similar swoopy LED headlights as are found in the rest of the Audi range. We expect the overall dimensions of the 2015 Q7 to stay about the same as the existing model, but rumor has it that the SUV could be 800 to 900 pounds lighter in the next generation.

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The new pint-sized premium crossover would likely share the platform that underpins the Volkswagen Polo and Audi's own A1. Although the architecture has already been modified to accommodate all-wheel drive, Autobild suggests that the Q1 would be a front-drive-only affair, which might limit its appeal somewhat, but then most buyers probably wouldn't opt for all-wheel drive anyway.

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