I've accepted a job out in Colorado that will require me to be regularly driving out on constructions sites. That mixed with the weather and mountains out there means that I just can't keep my very favorite thing.
So I am selling my 2011 Candy White GTI with the Sun and Navigation package and 6-speed manual transmission. There is currently 21,9xx on the odometer, but it is my daily driver, so that number is rising. Still will have almost 13,000 left on the factory warranty.
10k and 20k services done at Lindsay VW in Sterling, VA, including the wastegate rattle fix. APR flash done by NGP in Lorton. No accidents.
APR fully loaded stage II ECU (Stock, 91, 93, Valet, Security Lockout, Fault Code Erase, etc.)
Eurojet Gen 2 Catless Downpipe
APR Stage I&II Carbonio Intake
Smoked Side Markers
Rev D diverter valve
Darkest tint allowed in VA (50% front, 35% back)
Autotech Motor Mount Insert
Enkei Fujin 18" Wheels (19lbs!) with 235/40/18 Hankook V12s (purchased used, seller said about 15-18k on the tires. I've only put about 1000 miles on them)
Included in sale would also be all OEM parts (I like to keep everything just in case):
18" Detroits with about 21k on the Neros
Amber Side Markers
Rev G Diverter Valve
Monster Mats and Regular Mats
Asking 22,500 for everything above.
I would also be willing to put everything back to stock for 21,500 (obviously, you'd still get the tint and fully loaded ECU).
The problem is the car is under loan. I have no idea how to sell a car that I am financing, but I wanted to make it available to sell to someone in the community who would appreciate it before trading it in.
I'll bump this up for a week or two before parting out and trading it.
how much is your car payment and insurance monthly???
I pay like 370 a month, but I put a chunk down when I bought the car.
I don't remember exactly what my insurance payment is because I pay for both this and my wife's car and some property in a lump sum every month. I would say under a 100 a month? I'm also over 30 with a clean driving record and USAA insurance, which is why it's so low.