Jeremy has been the owner of quite a few vey prestigious car brands. Mercedes, Lamborghini, Range Rover… And now he’s giving you the opportunity to buy one of his prized possessions – his 2015 VW Golf GTI. £21,00’s worth of Grand Tour glory!
It has been his daily from new, and is now being sold not through himself unfortunately, but you can see the advert here: CLICK HERE TO GO TO AUTOTRADER
Here’s what the advert has to say:
“Previously well known Celebrity owner from new, Low milage and GREAT SPEC – 19inch Santiago alloy wheels, Park assist, upgraded dynaudio stereo, Performance pack which includes extra HP and Limited slip differential, sport DSG gearbox, sports exhaust, painted brake callipers, Push button start, heated seats, heated & folding door mirrors, mirror blind spot monitors, all round electric windows, Radar adjustable cruise control, sat nav, bluetooth, mp3, usb, CD , climate control, tartan cloth sports seats, LED lights & DRL, auto headlights and windscreen wipers. rear dimming mirrors, rear view camera and all round parking sensors, 5 driving modes including individual set up of the car. well looked after and clean throughout, first service last week. MOT expires July 19. , Smoke free, Pet free, Full service history, Recent MOT Next MOT due 01/07/2019, Full service history, Grey, 1 owner, £21,000”
The same car can be seen in this The Grand Tour clip below!
So are you interested in owning a car that’s been featured on The Grand Tour? I would! In fact… I should, I may have to move some money about.
So the car itself is a lovely spec. You get the performance pack and the fancy upholstery inside to make it look like one of the original cars. Plus, it’s only three years old and has minimal mileage. When he reviewed this exact car however, he did have some niggles about it.
After being to the dealer and them not being able to sort the ‘false alarm puncture problem’, he went about it in a Clarkson way and instead stuck some tape over the warning message.
“Today I have solved the problem by sticking duct tape to the dash so I can no longer see the message,” he said.
“Oh, and a flannel between the passenger seat and centre console to solve the rattle it somehow doesn’t seem to know it’s got.
“Apart from these things, it’s a wonderful car. It’s equipped like a Bentley, it goes like a Ferrari and in traffic, because it’s just a Golf and it’s grey, no one takes my picture. Which is what happens, constantly, when I’m in anything more flash. Which is everything.”