A bank in Romania sells a Volkswagen Phaeton. The car is on the list of foreclosed goods

Banks and leasing companies have foreclosed cars in their portfolio. Prices are extremely affordable for those who are willing to buy a second hand car.

Enforcement is a procedure that can be legally initiated when a customer with debts refuses to make a payment or is unable to pay. Enforcement can be initiated when the person undergoing the procedure has debts, such as long-term unpaid bank installments, outstanding loans or unpaid services at maturity.

On the website of Banca Transilvania there is a section where a whole list of foreclosed goods is put up for sale. Among them is a Volkswagen Phaeton.

Forced cars: Volkswagen Phaeton (2008)

It is a model with a V6 diesel engine, manufactured in 2008, which reached a turnover of 247,228 km. The car has an automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. Its price is 14,310 lei (approximately 2,900 euros), without VAT.


At the launch, the Volkswagen Phaeton cost a fortune, but now it sells for nothing

The Volkswagen Phaeton can be considered a car that had no luck. The model was designed as a rival for the much-appreciated Audi A8, BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class, however Phaeton did not prove to be a successful car to the public.

Compared to the other models, the Phaeton was not so lucky, eventually reaching the top of the German limousine rankings.

One of the requirements of the Phaeton, at the time it was designed, was to be able to drive all day at a speed of 300 km / h. This speed had to be maintained at the outside temperature of 50 ° C, while the inside temperature had to be 22 ° C. A VW official requested this. The strange thing is that Phaeton’s top speed was electronically limited to 250 km / h.

Source: Promotor by www.promotor.ro.

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