2015 Lamborghini Huracan, Grigio Lynx
2012 R8 Coupe, 5.2L MT6, Suzuka Gray/Black
2012 R8 Spyder 4.2L MT6, Suzuka Gray/Black
2006 Porsche 997 4S Cab MT6, Guards Red/Cocoa
2004 Porsche 996 4S MT6, GT Silver/Black
Tuscan has a slightly orange tint. Pictures don't do it justice. It's just the wear issue
'11 R8 v8 Spyder / 'Lava Gray' / Red
'11 Mini 'John Cooper Works' Hatch / 'Eclipse Grey'
'74 VW Beetle Cab / 'Black'
'70 Porsche 911E Targa / 'Crystal Blue' / Black
Ex Audi / '03 Audi RS6 / 'Daytona Grey' / Silver
Ex BMW's / '95 M3, '04 745i, '07 650i Conv, '01 Z8
Ex Porsche's / '68 912, '70 911T, '83 944, '72 914, '84 911, '86 944T, '60 B Cab, '54 Pre-A Cab, '60 B Roadster, '64 C Cab, '59 Conv D, '64 Carrera 2 Cp, '65 C Cab, '90 C4, '97 986 (2), '73 911T, '07 C2S, '12 Spyder.
You'd be the FOURTH owner of that car. I'd be worried about why those other 3 people felt the need to trade in this car...
If that doesn't worry you, selling it to a 5th person would definitely hurt when it's time to sell.
I've always believed tuscan and mustang brown are one and the same - with trademark issues affecting calling it "mustang brown" in some markets. I know when I first looked at the r8, it was mustang brown here in the uk as I was going to have that with daytona grey exterior - but when talking/researching online, the US called it tuscan brown.
Photos never do anything justice, lighting and different setups can dramatically alter the images.
Last edited by randombloke; 02-27-2013 at 09:09 AM.
Current: SLK 55 AMG
Previous: R8 V10 r-tronic: ice silver / carbon blades / grey alcantara (2011)
R8 V8 r-tronic: mugello blue (2008) / Bmw M6 (SMG III) / Bmw e46 M3 (SMG II) / A5 3.0tdi
This is a 2009 which means its not even a V10. Brand new it was $100K invoice. If it were me I'd tell the dealer to take a $20K walk especially with what the 2012 V10's are selling for. This car on its best day is worth about $75k. Go look at the auctions. Better yet, since EDMUNDS is a public source that reveals TMV, Go ahead and plug in the numbers. But dont say I didnt warn you. Dont take these ridiculous dealer numbers to heart. Heck, even if the car had 5K miles it wouldnt be worth more than $80K due to the newer R8's, the V10's etc. So many factors knock this 2009 down to the mid $70's. Hey, if you want it bad then get it but me personally, I Dont buy into the "OOOOH, its an R8, Must be worth $100K!" Thats a bunch of bs.
Dont be afraid to tell the dealer he is asking for $20K more than the car is worth. In fact, walking should always be anticipated if you know the market. Otherwise, you will be throwing away $20K. There will always be another car. Good luck
Last edited by GR8-LIFE; 02-27-2013 at 03:09 PM.
You may not be accurate saying that because it was a 2009 the cost was $100K invoice. The base 2009 MT R8 with no options was $114K in 2008. My 2009 was $141,550 invoice and nobody was discounting the R8 in late 2008.
mark_nimba you do not have which R8 you own in your profile. It would be helpful if we knew where you are coming from with your comments. How much of a discount did you negotiate off with your new or used R8?
I was at St. Paul Audi yesterday. They just sold an R8 GT Spyder with a $20K discount, but the car had sat for eight months. The sticker on this car was $240K.
Edmunds does not allow you to select any CF option, which was $8400 in my case.
Last edited by mngolfer; 02-27-2013 at 05:00 PM.
'04 A8L and '09 R8 R-Tronic, Ice Silver, Limestone Grey, Carbon Side-blades, Engine and Interior, Premium package, B&O, Upgrade leather, Navigation Plus
Um, yeah so I don't think I'm going to be getting any 2009 R8's for 75 grand. I'd love to, but I think it's going to happen. Does anyone else agree with mark nimba? Am I going to be seriously overpaying? Also the car has manufacturers warranty through June, and then becomes a certified Audi, cost included.