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Old 10-05-2018, 12:02 AM   #1
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Default VS30 prices & options - in German

The German part is a bit difficult for many of us, but it is interesting to puzzle through the specs, options, option codes and prices.

For potential US buyers, many of these will be offered in the US. The prices will not be the same, but at least you can get a ballpark feel ...
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Dankeschön!

Ohhhh.... they DO still have a "short" wheelbase... it's 128 inches, but that's still better than 144.

--dick (that's 3259 mm)
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Ohhhh.... they DO still have a "short" wheelbase... it's 128 inches, but that's still better than 144.

--dick (that's 3259 mm)
Actually I think the wheelbase is slightly different for FWD and RWD variants.
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Old 10-06-2018, 06:38 PM   #4
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Actually I think the wheelbase is slightly different for FWD and RWD variants.
Back in T1N days, the 15" and 16" wheel versions of the middle and long wheelbases differed by one inch (the 16" were longer).

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Here is the British one, in case anyone missed it:
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Dankeschön!

Ohhhh.... they DO still have a "short" wheelbase... it's 128 inches, but that's still better than 144.

--dick (that's 3259 mm)
yes but they won't bring it to the US. 144" and 170" only. The 128" would make a great daily driver.
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