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  • 2012 Facelift Q7 4.2 TDi

    20200707_215657.jpg 2012 Audi Q7 4.2 TDi SLIne Plus

    8 speed ZF box 335 BHP
    Family owned vehicle for last 3 years.
    Purchased from Aberdeen Audi
    11 Months MOT till August 2021
    In my time of ownership I have replaced-
    Front and rear disc & pads with genuine OEM parts
    Fitted Pirelli P Zero's all round, all changed recently
    Pollen filter and wiper blades
    Intermediate oil/filter change

    Fully loaded with all the Sline Plus options
    Car is in brilliant condition with low miles for year, minor kerb rash to some of the alloys which have been touched in. Could do with a refurb now but that is me being picky, still look decent enough

    This has been an excellent family wagon, loads of space, power and torque and decent on fuel for the size of it. Average has been around 450-500 to a tank, mostly on short runs, 600 when on motorway journeys. The engine is a peach, silky smooth with oodles of torque. I currently have a DTUK tuning box fitted which takes power up to around 380BHP and more importantly 660 lb/ft. The car can be sold with or without this, even standard power is plentyful to be honest but who doesn't like more power!!

    It currently has an intermittent fault code which illuminates the traction control light from time to time. This relates to a sensor inside the brake servo. I changed the servo out for a low miles one off ebay but this didn't cure the fault. Could be a loose wire/connection somewhere but it hasn't really bothered me too much.

    I'd prefer a straight sale as have enough vehicles as it is, however may swap/p/x for cheaper vehicle and cash my way to help a sale.

    Any questions drop me a line.

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    Last edited by gmac78; 8 September 2020, 19:02.

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      New brake servo fitted today to fix fault code 00814. All good now, well apart from my bank balance being £560 lighter now.

      Good to go for a new owner now....