I have race rallied and rolled cars over the past 47 years of driving. I have been a Subaru guy since buying one of the 1st STI's imported into New Zealand back in the day. For some reason after being overseas for a couple of years, I found myself test driving an older (2006) 3.2 V6 Audi Quattro with only 60k on the clock. Like most used cars in NZ, this was an import from Japan, costing a mere NZ$12,000. One drive and I was hooked. It does everything I've ever looked for in a sports car. Way more power than needed on our roads, economy, handling and breaking. I'm living in a remote area with 15km of winding gravel road and then tight winding sealed road running around the coast. Then onto open highways and the Audi is a pleasure to drive on all surfaces. The doubters tell me Audi's are expensive to repair, my answer "have you ever had to repair a Subaru" I took a full mechanical warranty for worry free driving. Excuse me but I need to look at it.
From buying a couple cars hear to having them serviced I have been treated kindly. They certainly take time to make you feel special. Thanks also to C J Wilson
Pretty car but
by Anna from Pasadena Maryland
January 11, 2019
I bought a 2016 A3 convertible premium plus package. While it is very stylish and pretty car. Inside there is no voice activation and Siri on apple phones gets shut off every time phone syncs to car . Also no power seats. It was A pricey car for the little options you get. Performance and style are the two big winners with this car.
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