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2020 Audi A3/S3 up to $10,000 off MSRP

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My local Audi dealer in Texas just emailed me about 2020 A3's now at $9,000 off MSRP to $26,815 and 2020 S3's now at $10,000 off MSRP to $39,110.

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Thanks OP for getting back to me and I found the dealer as well. The Blue S3 has the red interior that I don't like so just waiting on someone to get back to me about the other one they have. Ready to buy and get this thing shipped back to Georgia if the spec is right.
Hello! Would you be able to PM me the name of the dealer? Thanks in advance!
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Loved my A3 as it was fun to drive... when it's working. My gripe with these Audis is there's something that breaks that requires a huge repair bill regardless of generation. There's just always something. Best thing is to lease and just ditch it when the warranty period ends.
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I wonder what CARMAX will offer if I turned around and sold it directly to them?
Carmax or used car dealers in general will offer you half of the car's resale price.
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Audi should bring the A3 hatch stick shift to US.
You can find some low-mileage, good-condition ones out there. I bought one last year, and really like it.
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Listen to the people posting they tell the truth. Audi is a great car - till it's not. Repairs repairs repairs. I got very lucky and after 1 1/2 years I sold it with losing very little. And I was even honest with the buyer that it had been in for repairs several times but they didn't care.
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I wonder what CARMAX will offer if I turned around and sold it directly to them?
I just put in the VIN for a Premium 2.0 with 75 miles and Carvana offered $25,561. So not a money maker in my area. The VIN was from a new Audi MSRP $35,815 and cars.com price $28,989. Maybe they will offer more in your zip. I like where your head is at though.
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Let me tell you. if it is the 2.0 - my honest advise is to stay away - I purchased a Q5 with the 2.0 engine brand new (close to 47K). 2018 model year. the car was serviced at the dealer religiously before it needed oil change it would be at the dealer for it - and when it needed something or a light would come on even if a stupid light it would be taken to the dealer for repair. when the car hit the dreadful 80K; it started consuming oil - where I would get a message to add a quart; once ever 2K or so; and I would do it. the dealer said it was normal until now I have on the car 100K and I now get that dreadful "Add 1 Qt of Oil" every about 600 miles. the dealer showed me in the manual that it is very normal for those cars and it is by design. I am not really sure what kinda of a design that you have to add a quart once every 600 miles. It is garbage stay away (unless you go with the 3.0) don't come near the 2.0.
Dam u drive a lot
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s3 owner: good all around car but understeery mainly due to the engine being so far over the front wheels, the transmission is getting up there in age compared to a ZF.

cross shop with a supra 2 liter, or kick up to the supra 6 cylinder with the crazy underrated engine and i doubt it will decrease in resale as much as people realize the car has 400hp

or just test drive against a tesla if you have a garage
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Let me tell you. if it is the 2.0 - my honest advise is to stay away - I purchased a Q5 with the 2.0 engine brand new (close to 47K). 2018 model year. the car was serviced at the dealer religiously before it needed oil change it would be at the dealer for it - and when it needed something or a light would come on even if a stupid light it would be taken to the dealer for repair. when the car hit the dreadful 80K; it started consuming oil - where I would get a message to add a quart; once ever 2K or so; and I would do it. the dealer said it was normal until now I have on the car 100K and I now get that dreadful "Add 1 Qt of Oil" every about 600 miles. the dealer showed me in the manual that it is very normal for those cars and it is by design. I am not really sure what kinda of a design that you have to add a quart once every 600 miles. It is garbage stay away (unless you go with the 3.0) don't come near the 2.0.
I had the same problem with Q5-2012 model.
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I owned an Audi and took it in weekly for repairs. Would never own another.
This.. Have 2 friends with similar experiences. And to the person who asked if bought used, they bought it brand new spanking cars. You aint buying a car. You are buying a right to unlimited visit to dealership's garage.
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Money pits (after warranty) with huge depreciation.
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Only lease and never buy an Audi
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Quote from buckeye_guy :
Let me tell you. if it is the 2.0 - my honest advise is to stay away - I purchased a Q5 with the 2.0 engine brand new (close to 47K). 2018 model year. the car was serviced at the dealer religiously before it needed oil change it would be at the dealer for it - and when it needed something or a light would come on even if a stupid light it would be taken to the dealer for repair. when the car hit the dreadful 80K; it started consuming oil - where I would get a message to add a quart; once ever 2K or so; and I would do it. the dealer said it was normal until now I have on the car 100K and I now get that dreadful "Add 1 Qt of Oil" every about 600 miles. the dealer showed me in the manual that it is very normal for those cars and it is by design. I am not really sure what kinda of a design that you have to add a quart once every 600 miles. It is garbage stay away (unless you go with the 3.0) don't come near the 2.0.
That's not normal your car is burning oil. There is probably an issue with a gasket a cylinder ring or whatever. Bmw, Audis and some volvos are known for that.

Toyota had to extend some model engines for the same reason.
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audi rhymes with outtie
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Dam u drive a lot
LOL, it is a car - it is meant to be driven. Heck my other car has nearly 300K on it and no issues with oil - Just sayin. and if you were wondering it is a Lincoln MKX - my trusty MKX - love this car.
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