Deep blue 2004 VW Golf R32: 3.2l V6 engine, 250HP, 6-speed manual transmission, All wheel drive - 4-Motion AC, heated leather seats, climate control, traction control, heated mirrors, sunroof, power windows, ABS. 93000 mi on it. No MODS (just cold air intake). For those who are not familiar with the R32 - It is a limited production sports car - They were all built in Germany and only 5000 were imported in 2004 and another 5000 in 2008 - It is basically an Audi TT 3.2 Quattro chassis with a Golf/GTI body. Recently have been replaced: coolant, fan switch and temp. sensor, inner and outer tie rod ends, stab. links, control arm with bushings, oil and filters, haldex oil, front high performance ceramic brake pads. Nice 18'' rims and tires (Continental ContiExtreme DWS) that have just 2000mi. Rear wheels have 2'' spacers. Upper stressbar on front. A lot of LED lights inside and neon undercar outside. Nice headlights with angel eyes, fog lights and very bright 7000k HID xenon lights + MB style DRL. Eurostyle LED rear taillights. Good sound: PIONEER AVH-P3200DVD 5.8" LCD + CAR DVD/USB/IPOD PLAYER, Rockford Fosgate P3L-S10 10" Slim Subwoofer BOX, Rockford Fosgate 500W Amplifier. so, it doesn't have any mechanical issues and very clean inside. It absolutely flies. Has tons of torque. It pulls hard from a dead start to well over 100 MPH or until you run out of straight away. It's nimble and handles fantastically in every possible road condition. I absolutely love this car and have treated it very well and never abused or beat on it. The ONLY reason that I am selling this car is to buy a newer car. I would keep it if I could afford to. Really nice car that worth money. Don't offer trade in! Car located in New Britain CT and also wed & sat in Chicopee MA. 13500$ obo. 413-426-7455 (call, text, leave message)
It absolutely flies. Has tons of torque. It pulls hard from a dead start to well over 100 MPH or until you run out of straight away... I absolutely love this car and have treated it very well and never abused or beat on it.
On a side note they really should have come like this from Brataslava!