I traded my Audi Q5 after 4 years. Really didn?t need an suv and wanted ?fast?. After 2 years I couldn?t be more pleased it a fun car and it is fast! Add to that, zero issues in 22k miles and it can?t be beat!
I use mine as a daily driver so went from a 2016 Cadillac ATSV to a 2016 S3. Quickly had it tuned with APR stage 2 at minimum to keep a bit of the thrill that I had with the "V". For the most part I'm very happy but I do miss the high end power the "V" creates.
Going to get screwed because of all my aftermarket parts...things like a $1400 custom ASP header, ported intake manifold, TB, billet aluminum engine mounts, etc, etc.
(No, I didn't keep any of my original OEM parts.)
Whoever buys it will get a 240whp tuned screamer.
Here you go I tried to be good for 4 years with my sensible 2012 Chevy Volt. Overall it was a pretty fantastic commuter I don't have any complaints. The power was decent in sport mode and I'm sure going to miss a pretty much zero maintenance car. Oil changes every 30k miles or so and nothing else.