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If you want a great deal, i have a Volvo S40 T5 with 300 000 km on the clock, struggles to start every now and then, and heavy on fuel, but otherwise its a bargain........

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Not to mention THE most stolen/hijacked vehicle in SA..............

 

Literally stole one right in front of our offices an hour ago.

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If you want a great deal, i have a Volvo S40 T5 with 300 000 km on the clock, struggles to start every now and then, and heavy on fuel, but otherwise its a bargain........

question is, will you accept cash?

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If you want a great deal, i have a Volvo S40 T5 with 300 000 km on the clock, struggles to start every now and then, and heavy on fuel, but otherwise its a bargain........

 

Is it in... mint condition

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Hi. I'm looking for a 2019 Polo confortline, but the prices vary so much.

Surely there is a DP or Sales manager that is prepared to drop some stock to a really good price to get rid of some demo polo's? Easy, cash buyer that is just looking for a great deal on a fantastic car.

Please help

What regional  area are you in ?

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Would not call myself a brand snob but happen to have a few VW's in my life and not a days problem with any of them.

 

Jetta III -  Had it many years with well over 240k on the clock when it was stolen.

Jetta V 2.0 FSI - Lovely car.  Not a dot of problems with the car with 120k on the clock when written off in an accident.

Passat B7 (2011) - Over 110 000 km without problems when I had to sell it when we left for Germany.

Polo 1.2 TDI Blue motion - Also about 90 or 100k on the clock when we had to sell it when leaving.  Love this car wrt to handling, drive and oh the fuel consumption or should I say sniffing.  Often ran on 3,8l / 100 km.

Currently drive a demo model Golf Station wagon 1,6 TDI.  Also nearing 100 K.  No issues.  Bought the car with about 30K on the clock.

 

Have to agree with you.

 

VW have served my parents and my family well.My most recent was a Caravelle Microbus 2.6i the old shape which was indestructible and maybe the best car I ever had.

Then a  Passat which was flawless as well and many Golfs

 

Cannot fault them as a brand

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Ja....... Mint condition...Hmmmmmmm.. NOT. Even i am not that foolish.

But cash delivered to the Oil Rig in Harties is acceptable.

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Hi. I'm looking for a 2019 Polo confortline, but the prices vary so much.

Surely there is a DP or Sales manager that is prepared to drop some stock to a really good price to get rid of some demo polo's? Easy, cash buyer that is just looking for a great deal on a fantastic car.

Please help

Do you fit in a Polo?

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See it as an opportunity to buy something else. Those TSi engines fail harder than our education system.

I've only heard good stories.

What fails on them?

Which other options do you reckon are better?

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Given that Toyota & VW sell more cars than all the other brands together statistically that is to be expected?

Even taking that into account I seem to recall they have a higher incidence of theft.

 

Toyota parts are interchangeable with the Hi Ace too iirc. another reason

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I've only heard good stories.

What fails on them?

Which other options do you reckon are better?

They start burning oil, needing to be overhauled.

The 118 kW 1.4 TSi and that polo gti engines are the worst, followed by the 1.2 TSi 80? kW.

If you ever have the opportunity to get an honest answer from vw employee, they'll tell you they do these repairs on a weekly/daily basis.

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Even taking that into account I seem to recall they have a higher incidence of theft.

 

Toyota parts are interchangeable with the Hi Ace too iirc. another reason

 

If it is a far higher risk it is certainly not reflecting in my insurance premiums for the polo compared to my other car/previous car (but please don't tell the insurers  :ph34r: )

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