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I was driving a '16 TT and when I opened the filler door I was shocked to see that the minimum required was 87.
I'm driving a TT right now and from the passenger seat I was able to see the Virtual Cockpit pretty well...not as easily as a center mounted screen, but enough to change the radio and such.
Have you figured out Android Auto on your phone yet?
If not, PM me and I'll get you in touch with someone at VW that can help.
but did it have all the right badges?
I have a '12 S Hardtop, with 30k miles. Not too many issues, but certainly a few:
high pressure fuel pump
sunroof rattles (readjusted and lubricated 2x)
driver's door realignment
Interior looks so much better....much closer aligned to Escalade and QX80 now:
A little less than half of the A3s sold are FWD (all 2.0 TDI, 1.8T models), a little more than half are quattro (all 2.0T, S3 models).
The last FWD TT was sold in 2010....
What were you doing at Herndon?
I drove one of these for a few hours and liked it, although it won't win any speed records. Driven in manual mode feels much quicker and adds engine braking (instead of coasting), but isn't as...
Have you ever been to the one on Sundays in Fairfax?
I went around and around and around one of them, once (the smaller one). It was fun.
Agreed, except for the brakes. They don't last long. And I even have a 2012, with the factory brake cooling ducts.
Photo for proof :P:
I actually saw these cars yesterday before the spy photog captured them. I wasn't quick enough with my camera.
There were three
They all had their tops down
They had silver, angular...
Gotcha. Had to look up the real Polestar...now the difference is obvious :thumbup:
They sold a V60 R-Design in Rebel Blue?
Came across this beauty while at Don Beyer Volvo, in Sterling, VA, for the XC90 Roadshow.
It had Swedespeed stickers on it,...
the metal part is pretty cool, though