Buying a Audi Q3 with part exchange for £14,000 - is this a good deal?

I have been offered a deal buying a brand new, unregistered Audi Q3 2.0 TDI SE (177PS). The car has metallic paint, leather heated front seats and a load of other extras. The dealer wants £14,000, plus my 2011 Hyundai ix35 as part exchange – is this a good deal?

Asked on 29 September 2013 by gord

Answered by Honest John
Your Hundai ix35 trade books at £11,000. The Audi Q3 lists at £28,150 + the leather, the seats and the pack. So in theory the Q3 is coming cheap.
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