2 out of 5 stars
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Check your wallet
on December 2, 2008
Nicely designed, comfortable, fast and predictable with the AWD drivetrain. Cupholders should be expected for this price. All is lost, however, on the failure of key mechanicals -- broken cam follower ($3K) and no reverse ($8K) on a car that has been babied and dealer serviced since new. Transmission fluid change? $500! Sunroof sticks open -- a plague since it was new. Deutschland electricals lag the metal-bending skills.
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3 out of 5 stars
A mechanical nightmare
by The Mella
from Oxford England
on October 26, 2011
I bought this superb looking very fast beast with 57k miles on the clock. It was a smooth as silk and at first a lovely car. Within the next 40k miles over 2.5 years, it has needed a new engine management system, a new fuel pump (apparently vulnerable), brake sensors, and a reconditioned gear box (apparently vulnerable on the 4.2 quattro and generally not Audi's forte). It is currently in the garage with another fuel pump problem. Additionally, there appear to be few independent Audi garages around who are confident of tackling such a big car. The main dealer prices for parts and labor are eye watering. A car for those with courage and deep pockets.
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5 out of 5 stars
Very sexy car
from Stone mountain
on March 11, 2017
I purchases this car as is for 500 the transmission was hav ing problems at 153,000 put a used tran into it and this baby ran like it was new ,very fast car im at 202,000 now and shes still riding smooth, ill see yall at 280,000!! AUDI FOR LIFE
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5 out of 5 stars
A Super Car
from Ystad, Sweden
on February 6, 2010
Most for the money - and very anonymos. That's good - real good!
AUDI knows how to make a fantastic car without having to look like it shines in your eyes and you have to ware sunglasses.
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