My 2006 A3 has 90,000 miles on it. I've had the dealership replace my cam follower, cam shaft, fuel pump, as well as timing belt, water pump and all that good stuff. I did most of this at around 70,000 miles. I also updated the PCV, DV, breather tube, new wheel bearings, and it's APR stage 1.
The other day, I found a similar 2006 A3, with only 37,000 miles on it, it's been maintained and the seller is asking 17k.
From what I've been seeing, I can probably get around 10k for my current A3, and then cover the rest for the low mileage one. Do you guys think this is even worth it? I still have Koni FSD's sitting in my garage, and the only thing I'd probably swap out of my old one is my Euro LED tails.
I'm also certain, that I'd probably have to service the low mileage A3 to double check for cam follower problems, along with PCV, DV and every other recall.
What do you guys think?