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    Just make sure it's the 8 speed, also with the factory tow package.
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    Sold both my TDIís. 🙁

    bought two more with even more equipment 🙂

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    We're going to need a flow chart to keep track of all your vehicles.

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    The flow chart would melt down.

    RS6 Avant conversion is sale pending.

    Quote Originally Posted by mrdave View Post
    We're going to need a flow chart to keep track of all your vehicles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHall1 View Post
    Sold both my TDI’s. 🙁

    bought two more with even more equipment 🙂
    Even loaded these cars are plain, 2011 on is all that matters for the tdi.
    2010 XC90 exec, winter machine (V8 of course)
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    Plain?

    how many suv’s In 2012 had adaptive cruise control?

    i added acc and air suspension to my list of wants before these were all gone.

    So I got a 12 Prestige s-line+ in black, black, black optics with the above features

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    Even loaded these cars are plain, 2011 on is all that matters for the tdi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHall1 View Post
    Plain?

    how many suvís In 2012 had adaptive cruise control?

    i added acc and air suspension to my list of wants before these were all gone.

    So I got a 12 Prestige s-line+ in black, black, black optics with the above features
    Adaptive cruise is nice for sure, not so the air suspension, might be ok where you are but are advised against in colder climates.

    TDI's are everywhere in the classifieds here, stupid cheap too.
    Only got ours for towing and the 4 year warranty. Really wanted the new xc90 but I don't like the engine.
    2010 XC90 exec, winter machine (V8 of course)
    2004 RS6 official Canadian edition, Daytona grey, (best colour!), summer edition
    2011 Q7 TDI, general alrounder

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    I've got the air suspension on my Cayenne Turbo, same basic design. I couldn't live without in on an SUV. Lot's of Cayenne owners in cold climates, don't know of anyone having problems with it. It takes filtered air from the Airbox and runs it through Desiccant to keep it dry. Mines a '06 Cayenne Turbo S on the original shocks and just hit 100k. Most any other suspension (shocks) wouldn't have made it 13+yrs.
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    That's one thing I can definitely live without in an SUV, but I'm glad it's been good for you.
    Moisture is one thing, cold affecting components is another. When they go wrong, which it will, the cost to repair is far more than a standard setup.
    2010 XC90 exec, winter machine (V8 of course)
    2004 RS6 official Canadian edition, Daytona grey, (best colour!), summer edition
    2011 Q7 TDI, general alrounder

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