1990s sport coupes don’t get much more stylish than the Volkswagen Corrado. This 112k-mile accident-free example features VW’s lively 2.8L VR6 engine paired with a desirable 5-speed manual and recently had $2,500 in maintenance completed. Apart from a Borla muffler Kenwood stereo, and red-painted brake calipers, this Corrado is refreshingly stock and appears to have had loving owners, based on its current condition. Model-specific features such as the movable rear spoiler and wider front fenders further enhance the Corrado SLC's presence. Whether driven enthusiastically on a back road while listening to the sonorous VR6 or just sitting still, this Corrado is sure to turn heads for its new owner.
|Location||Eldersburg, Maryland 21784|
|VIN / Chassis||WVWEE4504PK002355|
|Exterior Color||Tornado Red|
|Title Status||Clean (Maryland)|
|Loan Status||No loan|
Per the included accident-free Carfax report, this Corrado SLC was sold new to its Illinois-based on in March 1994. The car would remain in Illinois until November 2021, at which time it moved to Maryland. A Borla muffler, red-painted brake calipers, and Kenwood audio unit appear to be the only modifications. The selling dealer has spent more than $2,500 on maintenance and repairs, details of which can be seen in the Servicing & Documentation section. Two keys are included.
The Volkswagen Corrado was launched in 1989 and was based on the Mk2 Golf/Jetta platform, with a transverse-mounted front engine driving the front wheels. Powered by a narrow-angle 2.8L VR6 engine, the ultimate Corrado in the US was the SLC, short for Sport Luxury Coupe. The use of the VR6 engine necessitated Mk3-chassis suspension components and wider front fenders. One the Corrado's hallmark design features was its movable rear spoiler. Highly regarded in the '90s, the Corrado VR6 is still sought after today by enthusiasts.
Speed-dependent deployable rear spoiler
Speedline 15-inch alloy wheels
Leather seating surfaces, steering wheel, and shift-knob
Center-console mounted auxiliary gauges for voltage and oil pressure
Kenwood audio unit
Red-painted brake calipers
The selling dealer has spent more than $2,500 on service and repairs as shown via the below receipts, including the following:
Replace auxiliary water pump
Perform lube/oil/filter service
Replace front and rear shocks/struts
Replace clutch slave cylinder
Replace front fog-light and front turn signal lenses
Replace under-hood insulation
Scratch on right rear quarter panel that has been touched-up
Dents on passenger-front fender
Corrosion on underside of hood
Shift knob worn
Walk-around and driving videos can be viewed below!
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