20/70 Up! GTI 3 door - GREAT SPEC!
£14990
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2020 Up! GTI 3 door in Pure white with tartan cloth interior. Supplied by Guildford VW and first registered September 2020. 1 owner from new, a 53 year old owner of an engineering firm from Hampshire who had previously owned some very powerful cars and missed their performance so traded the Up! GTI in with us for an Audi S1.

2980 miles from new. A VW service pack was supplied with this vehicle when new and may be transferable to the next ownwer, please check with your local VW retailer.
HPI clear as with all our cars.
Road tax rate of £150 per year. Co2 emissions of 109 g/km (please check as can vary)
SUPPLIED WITH BALANCE OF VW WARRANTY TO SEPTEMBER 2023
First MOT due in September 2023

Complete owners manual wallet, 2 remote keys, the correct genuine VW floor mats front and rear. Locking wheel bolt key is present.. Supplying dealer branded number plates. VW Apple lightning lead data cable

Enhancements by the previous owner include swapping the original eco tyres for Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres (I can't tell you how important this is), wrapping the roof black which is better than factory spec as includes the top of the tailgate, telescopic strut on bonnet, GTI branded striker plates, GTI valve caps, upper and lower load liners, rear GTI badge in red using a decal set (easily removed). THERE ARE NO PERFORMANCE MODIFICATIONS.
Factory options of cruise and park pack (cruise control, rear parking sensors, rear camera), light and sight pack (auto head lights and wipers), passenger seat height adjustment.
Usual Up! GTI spec of heated front seats, 17" alloy wheels, Bluetooth, smartphone dock, trip computer, GTI flat bottom multi-function steering wheel, front fog lights, front electric windows. Lane keep assist is now a standard feature of the Up! GTI since its facelift.
This is our 33rd Up! GTI and is simply as new and feature some sensible upgrades to make the car a lot more enjoyable particularly the change of tyres which would cost around £400 and transform the car's dynamics, making it more like the engineers would have wanted it to drive like.