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Audi TT Roadster

Audi TT Roadster

Delighted to offer this wonderful Audi TT roadster convertible 1.8 petrol with a manual gearbox. Originally registered in the husband name however The TT has been owned by the same lady keeper since October 2004. The car benefits from a valid MOT until the 16th May 2023 and part service history, given the low 45,000 miles the car has  5 stamps in the service book including Cambelt & Water pump change in 2019. The TT has Pioner Bluetooth phone/DAB radio, Heated seats, power retracting convertible roof, Electric windows & Climate control. It's a lovely car in lovely order and presents well. The car has Full Owners handbooks & 2 Keys plus associated historic information. I personally have known the previous lady owner and the car for over 10 years. 

 

For Insurance Catergory detail & Infortmation please see below in the 'Additional info Section'

 

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  • Fuel

    Petrol

  • Engine Size

    1.8 ltr

  • Number of Daws

    2

  • Mileage

    45,694

  • Fuel Consumption

    34 mpg - Combined

  • Engine Power

    149 bhp

  • Annual Car Tax

    £330.00

  • CO2 emissions

    199 g/km

  • MOT Expiry

    16th May 2023

  • Insurance Category N

    What is a Category N vehicle?

    Category N — Cat N, for short — is a description used by insurance companies to describe the level of damage to a vehicle they have written off.

    A Cat N vehicle has suffered some damage, probably in an accident, but not to its structural frame or chassis. The insurance company that handled the claim decided that repairing the vehicle would have cost more than replacing it.

    Insurers often sell Cat N vehicles on for salvage. Many are also safely repaired and returned to the road.

    Buying a Category N vehicle

    IS IT SAFE TO BUY A CATEGORY N VEHICLE?

    When a vehicle is described as Cat N, it means it is repairable but the insurer chose not to do so.

    If a Cat N vehicle is repaired properly, you can own and drive it safely. However, it's important to check the vehicle's condition carefully before making an offer.

    HOW CAN I FIND OUT EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS VEHICLE?

    Ask the seller if they have documentation explaining what happened to the vehicle and what repairs it needed. Be wary of sellers who provide information without documents to back it up. They may have a vested interest in underplaying the damage.

    WHAT SHOULD I CONSIDER BEFORE BUYING A CATEGORY N VEHICLE?

    Here are some things to keep in mind:

    • A Cat N vehicle is usually worth much less than an identical vehicle that has never been written off. The asking price— and your offer — should reflect this.

    • Because replacement parts can be expensive, Cat N vehicles are sometimes written off for relatively minor damage. However, it's important to make sure the vehicle has been repaired properly and safely.

      For instance, an insurer might write a vehicle off because replacing the airbags is expensive. But a less-scrupulous repairer might simply disconnect the airbag warning light before selling the vehicle on.

      It's hard to spot problems like this yourself, so consider getting a professional inspection to ensure the vehicle is roadworthy and safe.

    • Although you will pay less to buy a Cat N vehicle, it will fetch a lower amount if you sell it on in future.

    • Some insurance companies will charge more to cover a vehicle in Cat N and others won't provide cover at all. Check before you buy.

£4,495.00 Regular Price
£3,995.00Sale Price
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