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Old 20-09-19, 08:57 AM   #11
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Maybe worth waiting till the plate change over and look for a pre-registered one.

There was a scary article in the dealer section of Car Mechanics, trader was at one of the main auction sites and there were a couple of pre-registerd VW T roc's there.

7 weeks old and less than 500 miles on the clock and they both sold for around 7K less than list price 1000 per week depreciation
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Have you seen a T-roc in the flesh? It's a bit ugly.... I guess VW anticipated more demand than actually showed up
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Where they specced with the 1.5 problematic engine?

Loads of complaints about this engine across the VAG - manual gearbox ones especially, the DSG box masks the faults most times.
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Where they specced with the 1.5 problematic engine?

Loads of complaints about this engine across the VAG - manual gearbox ones especially, the DSG box masks the faults most times.
Must have been.... those are some serious issues with the 1.5 TSI Evo engine and VW must have been wanting to get rid under a "no returns" policy.
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Re read the article they were 1 ltr models in white (allegedly one of the most popular) and mileage was about 1k. There was also a couple of new focus's with similar losses

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