I want t buy an r8 spider. should I get a 2013 or 2014? Is it that much difference. Am I going t loos money on2013 down d line

Asked by Jan 30, 2013 at 09:08 PM about the Audi R8

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you're going to lose money on any car you buy... if you have that kind of money, might as well get the 2014.

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Get a used R8. They have a huge depreciation for the first few years. They are weekend cars so they have low mileage and plenty of warranty left.

New one 2012 I got them down to $131,000.00 v8. Used ones I c them for $124,000.00 v8 spider can't find them cheaper. 2014 s tronic don't know price and have t wait till sep summer will b over

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true about summer - go with a 13' if you want it for this summer... otherwise the 14' has more power and is lighter - if you plan to take it out on a track... if you want it for the looks, then 13' will do.

That's easy. Audi didn't make a 2013 ... so if your only choice is a 13 or a 14, better go with the 14 and expect a July/August delivery.

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http://www.topspeed.com/cars/audi/2013-audi-r8-spyder- ar132895.html - 2013 Audi R8 Spyder - @kauboy

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