- 13,800 Miles
- Year Built: 2016(65)
Here we have a Stunning Top of the Range Volkswagen Scirocco Tech R DSG finished in striking Viper Green with the Full Black Leather Sports Seats. First registered 1st January 2016, Its travelled just 13,800 miles since. This is a Facelift car sharing the E113 Engine with the MK6 Golf R, Tuned to Produce 276BHP, It also has the updated interior with the 3 Gauge Binnacle.
The Tech “R” is already the Top of the Range and has a very high spec, Cost Options Include:
- DSG Semi Automatic (£1,640)
- Viper Green Paint (£635)
- Cruise Control (£250)
- Car Net App Connect (£165)
- Reverse Camera (£185)
- That’s £2,885 in Options!
Standard options Include: Unique R Styling Package, Gloss Black Detailing, Twin Oval Exhaust System, 19″ Cadiz Alloys, Privacy Glass, R Embossed Heated Sports Front Seats Finished in Vienna Leather, R Sports Multi Function Steering Wheel, R Door Sill Trims, Colour Drivers Display and Trip Computer, Touch Screen Multi Media Information System with Sat Nav, DAB, USB, 2 Zone Climate Control, Air Con, Electric Window, Electric Mirrors and Much More.
This example has Full Service History being serviced at 3,335 Miles and more recently at Volkswagen in October 2017 at 10,347 Miles. We have also just fitted a Brand New Pair Of Continental Sport Contact 5P Tyres as per manufacturers recommendations. This example has VW Factory Warranty Until Jan 2019.
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges welcome too of course.
“What the Press Say”
We drove the R to explore exactly what the new Scirocco is capable of. The 0-62mph sprint takes just 5.5 seconds when fitted with the dual-clutch DSG gearbox (or 5.7 seconds with the manual) – shaving 0.3 seconds off its predecessor. It’s not a huge amount, admittedly, but the engine’s gutsy growl is still highly entertaining when we piled on the revs (max power comes at 6,000rpm)
At the front, the headlights have been redesigned, as has the bumper, with its aerodynamic ‘blades’ and new black inserts to create a contrast with the paintwork. At the rear there are new C- shaped LED rear lights that extend further into the tailgate, while the bumper has been reshaped to add width.
The cabin has also had some attention, but it’s limited to some new materials and a new steering wheel, borrowed from the VW Golf GTI, as well as a trio of auxiliary instruments – turbo pressure, engine oil temperature and chronometer – on the top of dashboard to emphasise the Scirocco’s sporting intent.