I have owned this car for almost four years now, and it is not only one of Audi's best, but one of the world's best for its era, and for today. After putting 100,000 miles on this car, my review is as...
I have owned this car for almost four years now, and it is not only one of Audi's best, but one of the world's best for its era, and for today. After putting 100,000 miles on this car, my review is as follows:
It lost a star on comfort because it is not as fluid of a car as a fully bread luxury car such as the Audi S8.
It lost a star on performance because it didn't have the fastest 0 - 60 speed of a few cars in its price range in its day.
It gets five stars on handling because it has an extremely tight suspension matched with an unmatched Quattro that will beat most cars that can out accelerate it.
It gets five stars on exterior styling because the design was new in it's day, but still simple and seems to say that it has nothing to prove.
It gets five stars on interior design because after almost ten years and 160,000 total miles, every original feature works like new!
It lost a star on features because, again, it doesn't have the features of a pure breed luxury car.
It gets five stars on value for the money because, although it isn't the fastest or most luxurious car, it is an excellent blend between sport and luxury that is well worth the money.
It lost a star on reliability because it requires a spare part here and there that is not bad, but it requires a little bit of attention (which any Audi enthusiast should be willing to give).
I gave it a total of five stars because in its day it was one of the top sports cars, and one of the best luxury cars, and it is still good today, just cheeper!