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by Nicky from Syracuse, NY | May 1, 2010
I've had my Audi A6 wagon for three years now and I love it. The only major thing I've done to it was the timing belt replacement. It starts EVERY time. Feels the same at 40mph, 80mph, or 110mph (fastest I've had it up to) . Corners like a sports car. Handles great in the snow.
My only complaints - The drivers side wiper arm is broken and doesn't give good contact to the windshield... and the cup holders, such as they are, are terrible.