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Old 16th February 2021, 12:56 PM
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... I'm bored and fancy a change.

This has been coming a while. I've recently reached out to a number folks I sold my nicer Audis to over the years, to see what was available for buy back. that produced some unexpected replies. I've also been scouring the classifieds for something interesting, but that's been slim pickings really.

I ran the Tesla through WBAC, and the numbers were good - Which should see me get more than my deposit back if I chopped it in to them, even more if I tried a bit harder.

But then I've paid no road tax, put its costs through the business, and in its 11597 miles its used 4360 kwh of leccy, which at worst case 14p/unit is a mere 610 (0.0526/mile), but its cost my company 620 a month.

But then, since lockdown, its only real journey has been for the wife to drive < 1 mile to work and back, and when I was allowed, to go further afield to go biking. I can't see I'll ever be commuting into the office 5 days a week ever again, and any longer journeys are all at 45p/mile so I don't really care about the fuel cost.

I am still a huge advocate of EV, and the massive cost savings of driving one, but, if you're not actually driving it, it does become a relatively expensive ornament (as do all new/nearly new cars that are just sat depreciating)

My eldest is about to turn 17, and buying a reasonably cheap to insure runabout like a Skoda citigo / VW UP type thing makes a ridiculous amount of sense right now, for him to learn, and the wife to get to work.

My ramblings here are up for discussion, and I was wondering if the lockdown had altered anyone elses domestic/commuting/travelling needs, and ultimately was affecting their choice of transport going forward....?
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2001 D2 4.2 QS Silver, 1997 D2 S8 Silver, 1999 D2 4.2 Silver, 2002 D2 S8 Dolphin Grey,
2003 C5 RS6 Blue, 1998 D2 S8 Black, 2000 D2 4.2 QS/S8 Ming Blue, 2003 D3 4.2 Ming Blue,
2005 B7 S4 Blue, 2006 D3 3.0 Tdi Black, 1999 D2 4.2 Silver, 2003 D3 4.2 LPG Crystal Blue,
2000 D2 S8 Silver, 2007 3.0 Tdi Q7 Black, 2009 B8 S4 Black, 1998 D2 S8 Agate Grey,
2006 D3 4.2 Tdi Blue, 2006 D3 S8, 2007 Q7 3.0 Tdi, 2006 C6 S6,

The Second 20 Audis:

2011 A7 Sline, 2001 A2 1.4 Tdi Black, 2002 A2 1.4 Tdi Silver, 2006 A8 4.2 Tdi Blue,
2007 4.2 Tdi Q7, 2006 S4 Cab Silver, 2010 RS6 Saloon Black , 2007 TT Roadster,
2010 A8 D4 4.2 Silver, 2006 C6 A6 2.7 Tdi Quattro, 2000 D2 4.2 QS/S8 Ming Blue (again), 2008 Q7 4.2 Black,
2009 C6 RS6 Saloon Daytona Grey, 2001 Fully Loaded A2 Tdi, 2006 Avant S6 Black, 2007 VW Caravelle Exec Black (almost an Audi)
2009 TT Roadster Daytona, 2015 Q7 4.2 tdi lava grey, 2002 GmbH D2 demonstrator, 2006 D3 A8 LWB 4.2 Tdi Black

Most Recent Audis:

2001 A2 1.4 Tdi Black, 2007 4.2 FSi Q7 ABT Blue, 2016 S5 Coupe Launch model, 2004 S4 B6 Cabriolet, 2016 Q7 Sline White, 2006 Q7 4.2 FSi Black
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Old 16th February 2021, 01:08 PM
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Having seen your cars come and go, I think it is safe to say, "it is you, not them" when it comes to your breakups

Variety is the spice of life... if you eat the best fillet steak every night, at some point you will get bored and yearn for a burger!

I am doing 3 miles per week on average, but today had the pleasure of an hour in the car to pick up an essential part for my boiler - I'd forgotten how it felt to spend time in the car, took the Q7 rather than the RS4 and didn't feel any the worse for that choice!

Fo you, I'm most interested in what comes next?
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Old 16th February 2021, 01:19 PM
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My ramblings here are up for discussion, and I was wondering if the lockdown had altered anyone elses domestic/commuting/travelling needs, and ultimately was affecting their choice of transport going forward....?
I've gone from regular trips up to Leeds (with the occasional diversion a little further North) to 4 miles a day to the workshop and back which is doing my engines no good at all. At best they manage to get fully hot once a week if I head in to town for supplies. My A6 1.9 TDI gets filled up once every 2 months if that.

Now would be the perfect time for a D2 EV conversion, if only the parts weren't so crazy expensive. I wouldn't even need to cram every inch with batteries since it'd only need 10 miles of range!

But I can't afford that, so instead I'm going to daily an S8
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Old 16th February 2021, 01:24 PM
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It's definitely you Ian...

A few (well many) years back I was in a similar position, kids learning to drive and the only travel I did (due to a change of jobs and losing/not needing a company car) was to drive 3 miles to the tube station and back most week days.
So the second car became the oldest, cheapest, most basic Ford Fiesta we could find. Did the job perfectly.

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. so instead I'm going to daily an S8
At least you know that will get fully up to temperature in the 4-mile run to the workshop.
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2016 Volvo V40 T5 Cross Country (4WD) with ALL the toys including adaptive cruise etc. etc. Osmium Grey with Blonde/Charcoal leather interior. Polestar performance "optimisation". (A much rarer model than a D2 S8 by the way!)
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1998 D2 PF S8. AgateGrey/Platinum. Every option (I think) except electric rear seats, tiptronic steering wheel, ski hatch, towbar & dimming door mirrors.
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Old 16th February 2021, 01:33 PM
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Having seen your cars come and go, I think it is safe to say, "it is you, not them" when it comes to your breakups
You could have a point....

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Variety is the spice of life... if you eat the best fillet steak every night, at some point you will get bored and yearn for a burger!
Another valid point....

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Fo you, I'm most interested in what comes next?
No idea. I'm a sucker for a convertible. RS4 would be lovely, but still expensive to buy really. Looked at TT's again, but been there, done that. D2, D3, been there.

I'd like something exciting, but whose running and depreciation costs are proportional to my driving mileage, ie not a lot - And they don't really exist.

If I get a cheap run around to replace the Tesla, we still have the Q7. Stuck with that really as we (used to) need 6 seats for going out. I could use the Q7 Tdi for longer hauls. Its rubbish for short journeys as MJ has alluded to. the 4.2 block takes a fair old time to warm up, so unless I'm heading at least 20+ mins away it just sits on the drive.

I'm doing some work on the house, and just put an offer in on a buy-to-let so quite happy to save a few quid and drive nothing at all special for a while.

In fact, quite happy to cycle to work to be honest, if the chance to go into the office existed... !
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The 17 year old Learner Driver Wagon 2015 Skoda Citigo Monte Carlo. Alloys, Power steering, Aircon, Leccy windows, Sat Nav, bluetooth, central locking, cup holders, 59 whole bhp. Million times better than my first car. Well jealous.....

Daily 2019 Tesla Model 3, Midnight Silver Metallic, Full Performance with AWD and Long Range

Standard Kit (In Audi Speak): Quattro, PDC with Reversing camera, (Completely) Keyless entry/start, Electric memory seats Steering wheel and Mirrors with easy entry, Adaptive Cruise Control, Traffic Jam Assist, D3 Bose Equivalent Audio (imo), Fixed Panoramic sunroof, Auto dim heated memory folding dipping mirrors, Hi beam assist, LED headlights, 20" Alloys, Coming home lights, Auxiliary heating (and cooling), remote boot release (front and back), DAB radio, side assist, lane assist, heated seats x 5, dual zone climate control, tyre pressure monitoring, red brake callipers

Buy yours here and get us both 1000 free supercharger miles: Tesla.com

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The First 20 Audis:

2001 D2 4.2 QS Silver, 1997 D2 S8 Silver, 1999 D2 4.2 Silver, 2002 D2 S8 Dolphin Grey,
2003 C5 RS6 Blue, 1998 D2 S8 Black, 2000 D2 4.2 QS/S8 Ming Blue, 2003 D3 4.2 Ming Blue,
2005 B7 S4 Blue, 2006 D3 3.0 Tdi Black, 1999 D2 4.2 Silver, 2003 D3 4.2 LPG Crystal Blue,
2000 D2 S8 Silver, 2007 3.0 Tdi Q7 Black, 2009 B8 S4 Black, 1998 D2 S8 Agate Grey,
2006 D3 4.2 Tdi Blue, 2006 D3 S8, 2007 Q7 3.0 Tdi, 2006 C6 S6,

The Second 20 Audis:

2011 A7 Sline, 2001 A2 1.4 Tdi Black, 2002 A2 1.4 Tdi Silver, 2006 A8 4.2 Tdi Blue,
2007 4.2 Tdi Q7, 2006 S4 Cab Silver, 2010 RS6 Saloon Black , 2007 TT Roadster,
2010 A8 D4 4.2 Silver, 2006 C6 A6 2.7 Tdi Quattro, 2000 D2 4.2 QS/S8 Ming Blue (again), 2008 Q7 4.2 Black,
2009 C6 RS6 Saloon Daytona Grey, 2001 Fully Loaded A2 Tdi, 2006 Avant S6 Black, 2007 VW Caravelle Exec Black (almost an Audi)
2009 TT Roadster Daytona, 2015 Q7 4.2 tdi lava grey, 2002 GmbH D2 demonstrator, 2006 D3 A8 LWB 4.2 Tdi Black

Most Recent Audis:

2001 A2 1.4 Tdi Black, 2007 4.2 FSi Q7 ABT Blue, 2016 S5 Coupe Launch model, 2004 S4 B6 Cabriolet, 2016 Q7 Sline White, 2006 Q7 4.2 FSi Black
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Old 16th February 2021, 01:40 PM
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Fancy swapping for an M4 plus cash?

Serious question how do you get on with it not having a rear wiper?

And the lack of a gutter meaning all the rain runs off the screen into the boot when you open it?
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Old 16th February 2021, 01:49 PM
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Fancy swapping for an M4 plus cash?

Serious question how do you get on with it not having a rear wiper?

And the lack of a gutter meaning all the rain runs off the screen into the boot when you open it?
i'm sure the M4 is lovely, but fiscally the opposite direction to what im looking at.

Never understood the need for rear wipers. I have door mirrors, and a rapid 0-60. What's been left behind me I find largely irrelevant. Parking sensors/cameras are more than enough for manoeuvres if door mirrors aren't your thing.

I am aware of the gutter (lack of), but only from folks mentioning it on Tesla facebook groups. I personally can't recall ever having an issue, so I've maybe never been in the boot, in rain, or its not as big a deal as folks make out. The boot has had a liner in since day 1 and I tend to treat it as a dirty zone, so a few drops of water wouldnt have fussed me anyway.

Back seats and froot available for clean storage if needed.
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The 17 year old Learner Driver Wagon 2015 Skoda Citigo Monte Carlo. Alloys, Power steering, Aircon, Leccy windows, Sat Nav, bluetooth, central locking, cup holders, 59 whole bhp. Million times better than my first car. Well jealous.....

Daily 2019 Tesla Model 3, Midnight Silver Metallic, Full Performance with AWD and Long Range

Standard Kit (In Audi Speak): Quattro, PDC with Reversing camera, (Completely) Keyless entry/start, Electric memory seats Steering wheel and Mirrors with easy entry, Adaptive Cruise Control, Traffic Jam Assist, D3 Bose Equivalent Audio (imo), Fixed Panoramic sunroof, Auto dim heated memory folding dipping mirrors, Hi beam assist, LED headlights, 20" Alloys, Coming home lights, Auxiliary heating (and cooling), remote boot release (front and back), DAB radio, side assist, lane assist, heated seats x 5, dual zone climate control, tyre pressure monitoring, red brake callipers

Buy yours here and get us both 1000 free supercharger miles: Tesla.com

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The First 20 Audis:

2001 D2 4.2 QS Silver, 1997 D2 S8 Silver, 1999 D2 4.2 Silver, 2002 D2 S8 Dolphin Grey,
2003 C5 RS6 Blue, 1998 D2 S8 Black, 2000 D2 4.2 QS/S8 Ming Blue, 2003 D3 4.2 Ming Blue,
2005 B7 S4 Blue, 2006 D3 3.0 Tdi Black, 1999 D2 4.2 Silver, 2003 D3 4.2 LPG Crystal Blue,
2000 D2 S8 Silver, 2007 3.0 Tdi Q7 Black, 2009 B8 S4 Black, 1998 D2 S8 Agate Grey,
2006 D3 4.2 Tdi Blue, 2006 D3 S8, 2007 Q7 3.0 Tdi, 2006 C6 S6,

The Second 20 Audis:

2011 A7 Sline, 2001 A2 1.4 Tdi Black, 2002 A2 1.4 Tdi Silver, 2006 A8 4.2 Tdi Blue,
2007 4.2 Tdi Q7, 2006 S4 Cab Silver, 2010 RS6 Saloon Black , 2007 TT Roadster,
2010 A8 D4 4.2 Silver, 2006 C6 A6 2.7 Tdi Quattro, 2000 D2 4.2 QS/S8 Ming Blue (again), 2008 Q7 4.2 Black,
2009 C6 RS6 Saloon Daytona Grey, 2001 Fully Loaded A2 Tdi, 2006 Avant S6 Black, 2007 VW Caravelle Exec Black (almost an Audi)
2009 TT Roadster Daytona, 2015 Q7 4.2 tdi lava grey, 2002 GmbH D2 demonstrator, 2006 D3 A8 LWB 4.2 Tdi Black

Most Recent Audis:

2001 A2 1.4 Tdi Black, 2007 4.2 FSi Q7 ABT Blue, 2016 S5 Coupe Launch model, 2004 S4 B6 Cabriolet, 2016 Q7 Sline White, 2006 Q7 4.2 FSi Black
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Old 16th February 2021, 02:00 PM
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MY old man has a A5 3.0tdi Convertible, he love it, me and my brother took it down to D2 Doctor when I first took my s8 down, it was quite quick and now even quicker now it remapped to around 300bhp, so could be the best of both worlds he says
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My ramblings here are up for discussion, and I was wondering if the lockdown had altered anyone elses domestic/commuting/travelling needs, and ultimately was affecting their choice of transport going forward....?
As you're an EV fan you could follow my elder son's example and get an e-bike for commuting...…..
(Though he does have a 575bhp BMW X5M F85 as "backup" )
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2016 Volvo V40 T5 Cross Country (4WD) with ALL the toys including adaptive cruise etc. etc. Osmium Grey with Blonde/Charcoal leather interior. Polestar performance "optimisation". (A much rarer model than a D2 S8 by the way!)
Finally: gone, but not forgotten.....
1998 D2 PF S8. AgateGrey/Platinum. Every option (I think) except electric rear seats, tiptronic steering wheel, ski hatch, towbar & dimming door mirrors.
e.g. Cruise control, NavPlus/TV, Bose, GSM, Xenons, Solar roof, Parking sensors, Alcantara/leather everywhere of course. (internal dimming mirror added later)
1998 (very early) Ford Focus 1.8 Zetec; ABS/TCS, Heated screen/mirrors, Aircon, Auto-dim mirror, Leather, Trip computer, Cruise control, OEM Ford SatNav with CD changer.
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Old 16th February 2021, 02:32 PM
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As you're an EV fan you could follow my elder son's example and get an e-bike for commuting.....
Ooo. Don't get me started on E-bikes....

I do see their valid use for commuting longer distances on public roads, or maybe helping to synchronise fitness levels in a group so you can share a scenic family bike tour etc, but all I'm seeing is them appearing in droves in the forest, lots of young lads, chewing up and destroying the mountain bike trails, and sitting on the hard on your butt because you're 'only' going at peddling speed and they want to go past.

We call them disability bikes, for people that don't have the bodily strength to actually pedal ;-)
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The 17 year old Learner Driver Wagon 2015 Skoda Citigo Monte Carlo. Alloys, Power steering, Aircon, Leccy windows, Sat Nav, bluetooth, central locking, cup holders, 59 whole bhp. Million times better than my first car. Well jealous.....

Daily 2019 Tesla Model 3, Midnight Silver Metallic, Full Performance with AWD and Long Range

Standard Kit (In Audi Speak): Quattro, PDC with Reversing camera, (Completely) Keyless entry/start, Electric memory seats Steering wheel and Mirrors with easy entry, Adaptive Cruise Control, Traffic Jam Assist, D3 Bose Equivalent Audio (imo), Fixed Panoramic sunroof, Auto dim heated memory folding dipping mirrors, Hi beam assist, LED headlights, 20" Alloys, Coming home lights, Auxiliary heating (and cooling), remote boot release (front and back), DAB radio, side assist, lane assist, heated seats x 5, dual zone climate control, tyre pressure monitoring, red brake callipers

Buy yours here and get us both 1000 free supercharger miles: Tesla.com

Octopus Energy. Use the Agile tariff for seriously cheap overnight EV charging, or other things.... At times, the cost goes negative - and you get paid to fill up ! Sign up with this link and we get 50 each


The First 20 Audis:

2001 D2 4.2 QS Silver, 1997 D2 S8 Silver, 1999 D2 4.2 Silver, 2002 D2 S8 Dolphin Grey,
2003 C5 RS6 Blue, 1998 D2 S8 Black, 2000 D2 4.2 QS/S8 Ming Blue, 2003 D3 4.2 Ming Blue,
2005 B7 S4 Blue, 2006 D3 3.0 Tdi Black, 1999 D2 4.2 Silver, 2003 D3 4.2 LPG Crystal Blue,
2000 D2 S8 Silver, 2007 3.0 Tdi Q7 Black, 2009 B8 S4 Black, 1998 D2 S8 Agate Grey,
2006 D3 4.2 Tdi Blue, 2006 D3 S8, 2007 Q7 3.0 Tdi, 2006 C6 S6,

The Second 20 Audis:

2011 A7 Sline, 2001 A2 1.4 Tdi Black, 2002 A2 1.4 Tdi Silver, 2006 A8 4.2 Tdi Blue,
2007 4.2 Tdi Q7, 2006 S4 Cab Silver, 2010 RS6 Saloon Black , 2007 TT Roadster,
2010 A8 D4 4.2 Silver, 2006 C6 A6 2.7 Tdi Quattro, 2000 D2 4.2 QS/S8 Ming Blue (again), 2008 Q7 4.2 Black,
2009 C6 RS6 Saloon Daytona Grey, 2001 Fully Loaded A2 Tdi, 2006 Avant S6 Black, 2007 VW Caravelle Exec Black (almost an Audi)
2009 TT Roadster Daytona, 2015 Q7 4.2 tdi lava grey, 2002 GmbH D2 demonstrator, 2006 D3 A8 LWB 4.2 Tdi Black

Most Recent Audis:

2001 A2 1.4 Tdi Black, 2007 4.2 FSi Q7 ABT Blue, 2016 S5 Coupe Launch model, 2004 S4 B6 Cabriolet, 2016 Q7 Sline White, 2006 Q7 4.2 FSi Black
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