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VW Golf Mk6 R - 2012, 5 door Manual

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VW Golf Mk6 R - 2012, 5 door Manual

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2012 Mk6 Golf R Manual (last year of production)
HPI Clear
2 original keys (1 brand new and never used)
3 former keepers (including me)
V5 present

This is basically my second Mk6 I have owned now (certainly not my last).


Service History breakdown

16,786miles – VW Main Dealer – Cambridge -12.02.2012

36,197miles – VW Main Dealer – Buntingford – 11.09.2013

55,797miles – VW Main Dealer – Buntingford 04.06.2014

88,084miles – VW Main Dealer – Leicester – 25.04.2016

93,112miles – Brand new clutch and dual mass flywheel installed by D & F Autos

97,140miles – VW Specialist – TVS Wednesbury – 16.09.2017 (inc timing belt / new water pump, and full service) – receipt from TPS included for parts used and part numbers.

102,550miles – VW Specialist – Revolution Liverpool – 22.02.2018

104,939miles – VW Main Dealer – Oldham – 26.05.2018 – Full service Including Haldex oil

Serviced since then by myself using Millers nano oil / Bosch or MANN filters, general servicing items from Awesome GTI (Cam follower kit, etc) – all receipts included.

I have owned the car since 104,939 miles and the car has had 4 oil changes already within my ownership.
(Just been serviced again at 115k)

MOT until 14/05/2020

Inlet walnut blasted by R-tech to dicarbon the valves, etc (pics for proof or before and after)
4No brand new injectors installed costing £600 + - 2 done by R-tech in Coventry – 2 bought from Awesome GTi in Irlam by myself (have receipts for all four).

Brand new REVO intake supplied by Progressive Parts and installed by R-tech – pics and receipts for proof (costing £300)

Exhaust – Full turbo back Milltek 3 inch system with a de-cat and no resonators – Stealth edition with black tips – sound absolutely amazing, has to be heard. Pops and bangs here and there but not an intentional pops and bangs map. Cost circa £1,000 – receipt included

New Audi RS4 Fuel pressure regulator (130bar)
New Audi R8 Coil pack - fitted by R-tech
New Revised yellow dipstick – supplied by R-tech
New Diverter valve (rev G) – supplied and fitted by R-tech
LOBA High pressure fuel pump with new cam follower installed (bought from Awesome GTi in Irlam – have receipt.
Whilst at R-tech, I had them remove the oil sump, fit a new pick up pipe as well as a new drain plug.

All the paper work is included in the sale which backs up the cars history and maintenance.

In addition to the above, the car was remapped at R-tech - 360hp / 400ftlb – Laminated graph for proof as well as receipts for 2 visits.

4no brand new Michelin Pilot Sport4S (PS4s) were installed in 2019. Each corner was balanced and 3D tracking and alignment done at the same time.

Brembo brake pads fitted to the rear unsure of the spec of the front brakes.

Recent service at 115k comprising an oil filter change, Millers NANO oil fill up as well as the installation of a new cam follower including new studs. (peace of mind for new buyers) – receipts included

Mileage - 118k and counting – used as my daily driver so will go up. If this mileage concerns you, go and buy a lower mileage one that will probably need new injectors soon or drives like crap. I have spent a lot on the performance and maintained this car and know just how well it drives and how reliable it is so no low blow offers.

Other notes - The car includes the Black Pack and Winter Pack from factory which comprise the 19 inch wheels not the 18 inch wheels, black headlights (look way better than the silver headlights), directional bi-Zenon headlights package which adjust around corners, full black leather heated interior, factory tinted windows, and more.

It also includes the Bluetooth phone ready system from factory allowing you to connect your phone and play your own playlists etc.

Bad points – small issue with the key fob buttons not working. I've had it checked by VW - They made me buy a brand new key costing £300 as they wouldn't examine the car with one of the keys being an aftermarket key (i bought it like this).
Anyhow, i finally got 2 original keys, got them recoded by VW (another circa 70 quid) and the buttons still didn't work.
Everything works as it should when locking / unlocking the car manually, which points me to it being the door module in the door and not the comfort control module. In any instance, it’s an inexpensive fix and has been factored into the price. I just unlock and lock it manually.

The wheels could do with a refurb but are not that bad.

There is a small bump on the rear bumper where the paint has flaked off and some general stone chips here and there but does polish out nicely using AutoGlym polish.

Any inspection welcome. Preferably with cold start and daylight so you can view the car properly.

£9,800 no offers


- United Kingdom

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