I spotted one of Audi’s big 2nd generation (D3 2002-2009) A8L luxury cruisers in the wild today and I was impressed at how modern it looked. Compared to the competition from Mercedes-Benz, Lexus, or BMW, I think the long wheelbase Audi looks modern and sleek. Perhaps it is because Audi hasn’t changed much in the design language of their executive car in the years since, but whatever the reason I feel like I would enjoy being chauffeured around in one of these. Find this 2008 Audi A8 L offered for $7,500 buy-it-now or make-offer located in West Chester, PA.
From the seller:
Flagship German long-wheelbase sedan for sale! Metallic Blue 2008 Audi A8 L Quattro (AWD) with 116,135 miles. I just inherited this car and drove it from Michigan to the Philadelphia area. It’s an excellent highway cruiser – smooth ride, quiet, and stays glued to the pavement in a straight line at 70 MPH. I don’t need another car so I’m selling it. The vehicle has been in my family since 2012. I believe the previous owner was from Virginia and sold it to us with 39,222 miles on the vehicle.
I would describe the appearance as good, with some cosmetic flaws here and there. I had the Audi dealer near my house look at it and will list the results below. This vehicle is finely engineered and a pleasure to drive. The amount of technology packed into this 14-year-old car is impressive. It would make great luxury sedan for someone who wants to do to some work to it! Make me an offer!
Cosmetic and mechanical items for buyer’s review.
Small plastic chevron piece missing from driver’s seat
Bose speaker, driver’s side rear by footwell looks like it was accidently kicked when exiting car
Slight scratch on top of trunk, about an inch or two
Rear brake pads 4mm
Rear brake hose cracked
Upper control arm bushings torn
Small amount of oil leakage on ground
PS front muffler damage
DS intermittent running light; code on dash
E-brake code on dash
PSF window makes a funny noise; needs window regulator or motor
DSR door doesn’t unlock when hitting the unlock button
Thanks for looking and let me know if you have any questions
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