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Discussion: Looking for feedback on 2008 Audi TT 3.2

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    Looking for feedback on 2008 Audi TT 3.2

    Has anyone ever owned one? have an opportunity to get one at a decent price.

    What was the maintenance cost like on a yearly basis?
    Are there any major issues that I should check/ be aware before the purchase?
    The one im looking at is a 6 speed but the rpm gauge isnt working for some reason, is that a normal problem?

    this is the car, its lowered on "unknown coilovers"



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    well it's build on a golf platform and has the A3/R32 drivetrain.

    So I did not own one, but I did own 2 R32.

    Engine is an old design pretty reliable. Not much issue with it, just regular maintenance like spark plugs, fluids pretty much.

    I had the accessory belt tensionner fail on my on the highway on my 2008, this seems pretty common from my readings. In rare occasions, the timing chain guides need attention, not very common, but it happens and it's somewhat an expensive job (around 1500$ if I remember correctly).

    Keep in mind it's not an efficient engine at all, you'll get regular 11-12L/100km, so if that is a concern for you, take it into consideration.

    Haldex and transmission are pretty solid. Haldex needs fluid change regularly (60 000km IIRC).

    As for this particular one, to me it looks a little rough around the edges (from the minimal info you provided), but it definitly is a fun car that is not that expensive to maintain.

    As with any car, you can end up with a lemon, but that's another story...

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    Timing chain / carbon build up

    Thats pretty much for the major maintenances

    3.2 in my b7 is at 230k and no signs of incoming failures

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    Timing chain / carbon build up

    Thats pretty much for the major maintenances

    3.2 in my b7 is at 230k and no signs of incoming failures
    not the same engine. the TT is a 3.2 VR6, yours is a 3.2 V6

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