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Guys,

If your looking for a 100% Guaranteed Pristine Audi 2019 RS-3.
I just traded in mine ...........

Traded on 12/29/2020 for placing order for 2021 Porsche Cayman 718 GT4 in Racing-Yellow:
It's on the showroom floor as a CPO at "Audi of Nashville" if your interested it has 2,000 miles on it.
Non-Smoker, Climate controlled garage 24/7, never been in the Rain, 76 year-old-male.

Ordered January 5th 2019, Took delivery of my 2019 Audi RS3 in "Tango-Red-Metallic" 5/18/2019.

You can easily see all about this RS-3 by going to my Dedicated thread on this site.

Audi 2019 RS3 saloon on order January 5th 2019 ...
Facelift - Audi 2019 RS3 saloon on order January 5th 2019 ...

I'm posting this so that if one of you is looking for the Best of the Best look No-Further.
The RS-3 was still on the "Audi of Nashville" showroom floor a few days ago when I dropped off the Title to the G/M.
I'm not positive but I think it's still there so if your looking my "Opinion" is don't delay give them a call immediately.
The RS-3 went from my garage to the showroom floor that's how perfect it is !!!

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Call ..........

Robert Hartman
General Manager

[email protected]
615-385-1900

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Or my salesman when I purchased the RS-3 he is a Super-Nice-Fellow guys ..............

Trey Lee
Brand Specialist
[email protected]
615-385-1900

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Good-Luck and once again if your looking for the Very-very best get in touch with either of those guys,
Terry Honaker
Franklin, Tennessee in the USA
 

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I stepped out of my RS3, that I loved, into a base Cayman. The Cayman is a better handling car in my opinion, and only gives up a bit of straight line 0-100kph to the RS3.

After a few months of ownership, I prefer to Cayman...but I'd go back to an RS3 happily. I was looking at replacing the RS3 with the TTRS, but they are more expensive down here than the Cayman !
 

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I stepped out of my RS3, that I loved, into a base Cayman. The Cayman is a better handling car in my opinion, and only gives up a bit of straight line 0-100kph to the RS3.

After a few months of ownership, I prefer to Cayman...but I'd go back to an RS3 happily. I was looking at replacing the RS3 with the TTRS, but they are more expensive down here than the Cayman !
Big Benny,

I could easily keep an RS-3 and never-ever have any regrets.
I did what I did because my opinion is I'm running out of time to do this sort of thing.
June I'll be 76 so my wife and I had some longggggg discussions about this and her thought was do it now Terry.
That way your health is still A-OK and you can still enjoy it (Porsche GT4).

The RS-3 I traded was beyond showroom new ...............
Terry
 

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Big Benny,

I could easily keep an RS-3 and never-ever have any regrets.
I did what I did because my opinion is I'm running out of time to do this sort of thing.
June I'll be 76 so my wife and I had some longggggg discussions about this and her thought was do it now Terry.
That way your health is still A-OK and you can still enjoy it (Porsche GT4).

The RS-3 I traded was beyond showroom new ...............
Terry
Hi Terry,

I bought my Cayman for exactly the same reasoning, so know where you are coming from . You only have so much time, and I had lusted after owning a Porsche for 42 years, and at 66 it was time to do something ! Next step....maybe a manual GTS.

Likewise, I would have loved to have kept the RS3, but the budget only allows for 1 car. Enjoy that GT4 !
Cheers,
Glenn
 

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I've seen modded RS3s on the dyno making over 800 hp to the wheels. It is always amazing to me to see and hear coming from such a small package! A super quick car off the line as well.
 

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I had an APR Stage 1 tune on my ECU and TCU...things really got interesting from a standing start, and I never used launch control, as just mashing the throttle was enough
to give you white knuckles from hanging on. Sadly, there was no way you could even get close to the full performance potential in the nanny state I live in without losing you licence. The base Cayman however, is only about .9 second slower 0-100 kph, and I think it handles better in the dry than the RS3. I found the RS3 too noisy for me, as I don't like to attract to much attention...the Cayman has a few burbles on overrun, but is much quieter. Horses for courses of course. Terry has the ultimate...the GT4 !
 
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