Asking Price: £ ** SOLD **
VW SCIROCCO 2.0 TSi GT 3DR DSG (2008)
** SPECIAL PAINT COMBO **
Here we have a rare opportunity to purchase an as new condition VW Scirocco 2.0 TSi GT 3DR DSG - **SPECIAL GLOSS BLACK COMBO MODEL** - With the amazing Glass Panoramic Roof with electric Tilt/Opening Option.
This car has been lovingly kept in pristine condition by its previous owner who is a highly regarded Professional Car Valet/Detail Specialist from local area. To say this car is clean with immaculate presentation throughout is not doing the car justice, it is as showroom fresh as any car could be taking into consideration its age. A rare example that we feel any interested buyer will note immediately..!
Having just covered 83,200 miles with only 4 previous Owners recorded this car is finished in one of the most sought after Glacier White and Gloss Black combo paint finishes wearing unmarked specialist prepared High Gloss Black 18” Turbine Alloy Wheels with new tyres recently fitted. The car has a full leather interior with front and rear Sports Seats finished in black Premium Leather outlined with White Edge Stitching.
Just look at this extensive list of Factory fitted Standard and Optional Features:
Climate Control, Stability Control, Side and Curtain Air bags, Adjustable Heated Seats, Touch Screen CD/MP3/AUX/SD, 12V Media card support, DAB, CD Multi-changer, Bluetooth Parrot Phone Connect, Twin Cup Holder, Flat Bottom Paddle Shift Multi-Function Steering Wheel with Flappy Paddle extensions finished in Carbon Fibre, Trip Computer, Climate Control, Automatic Lights and Wipers, Adaptive Suspension with COMFORT/SPORT Mode Suspension Settings, Fog Lights, Twin Exhaust, Drivers & Passenger Airbags, Factory Fitted Privacy Glass and the rare and highly sought after Glass Pan Roof with Electric Tilt/Opening feature with Dark Roof Lining, Split Folding rear seats
Additional extra Options Fitted by last Owner:
Roof painted in high gloss black finish to complement the rest of the car combo
Sports Specialist Front Splitter finished in gleaming Gloss Black
Complemented Gloss Black finished Mirror Caps
Specialist prepared High Gloss Black 18” Turbine Alloy Wheels
Lowered Sports Suspension Package with H&R Springs fitted which lowers the car by 35mm (Original standard fitted factory springs have been kept should buyer wish to revert car back to standard car height)
Full Service History:
Last serviced at 77,000 miles in December 2017, current MOT expires 9th November 2018
This car has a Full and very comprehensive Maintenance & Service History, no expense has been spared by the current and previous owners:
Key Maintenance items:
The following work was also undertaken by previous owner as purely Preventative Maintenance; there are common reported fault items of VW Scirocco and GOLF cars with similar miles, if not undertaken could possibly lead to serious engine damage if work not undertaken ... purely cautionary, not VW factory recall items yet but once claims start to increase then could likely be..! Very pleased to report that previous Owner had the following work undertaken:-
Genuine Timing kit and Chain Tensioners replaced December 2017 at 77k miles - Common reported fault: chain tensioner retainer failure. For 1.8 TFSI/TSI and 2.0 TFSI/TSI EA888 engines that were manufactured from 2008 to 1 May 2012, the chain tensioner retainer was susceptible to failure. If this occurred, the pistons and valves could collide and cause serious engine damage.
New Inlet Manifold December replaced 2017 at 80k miles - There was a VW bulletin sent out on March 2011 (Latest: 2025038/4 - 30 Jan 2012). VW can check the flaps are OK without taking off the manifold by removing the engine cover and see if the carrier plate comes out at the left side of the manifold. If the carrier plate mount comes out the side of the intake manifold, then that’s when the manifold comes off as the flaps have dropped off. Caused by riveting securing the flaps coming loose. Alternatively if the diagnostics fail to get an "Adaption OK", then it’s worn out. Manifold is replaced as a whole part either way. Takes about 3 hours work. Basic symptoms - are really lumpy, rough idle at cold start up, flat spotting, horrendous fuel consumption and a check engine light. This could be a very expensive repair if it occurs outside of warranty as it generally requires a new intake manifold. Or worst case scenario, the flapper in the intake manifold snaps off and is sucked into the engine.