by German Car Enthusiast from Wichita, KS on June 29, 2008
The 1993 Audi S4 has mushy handling because the front sway bar acts as a stabilizer arm to keep the front tire from hitting the front and rear of the wheel well. The sway bar has some play in it, and also makes the front suspension hard to work with. The car also has no rear sway bar, and the frame twists and contributes to the mushiness because the front is held flat by the sway bar and the rear is free to twist. A rear limited slip differential would do the car a lot of good, but the Quattro is unmatched by any vehicle I have ever driven except newer Audi?s. The battery is below the rear seat which helps with security, and the car does have a lot of space under the hood which makes the engine easier to work on than any other car I have ever owned. The interior is the best blend between luxury and sport for any car of its age I have ever driven. If you are into sports cars you can drive this car and have fun with it, while someone who just wants a quality car can drive it and get lost in its luxurious interior. Audi dealer work is expensive so if you buy this car, be prepared to do all your own work.
Purchased a Used car
Does recommend this car!!
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