Author Topic: Potential gti buyer - advice  (Read 1672 times)

Offline roblyt

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Re: Potential gti buyer - advice
« Reply #20 on: 03 July 2020, 16:37 »
Regardless of what search either of us is doing it won’t stop prices tumbling throughout all makes and models unless rare in the current climate

I agree, just think some will fair better than others
mk6 R seems to be doing alright, good mileage ones seem to be more than early mk7 R
not saying that's comparable to the gti models, just that im thinking of getting an R and im leaning towards a good mk6 now for that reason, and I think they look better  :smiley:
did we not get many mk6 R in the uk? im no expert but they seem quite rare


Offline barrym381

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Re: Potential gti buyer - advice
« Reply #21 on: 03 July 2020, 17:39 »
Regardless of what search either of us is doing it won’t stop prices tumbling throughout all makes and models unless rare in the current climate

I agree, just think some will fair better than others
mk6 R seems to be doing alright, good mileage ones seem to be more than early mk7 R
not saying that's comparable to the gti models, just that im thinking of getting an R and im leaning towards a good mk6 now for that reason, and I think they look better  :smiley:
did we not get many mk6 R in the uk? im no expert but they seem quite rare
Think it was the cost of the 6r and the fact Vw ditched the 3.2 not many were sold