by jasonheartaudi on Dec 26, 2010 Vehicle: 1992 Audi 100 CS quattro 4dr Sedan AWD
really cant say enough about this car, it looks like it could be a 2000 or later model car, still. totally unstoppable in the snow, 5 spd trans smooth as silk. Everything still works after almost 20 years and 140k, the oil pressure gauge is testy but it's no real mechanical concern as far as I know. I'm keeping this car till it's dead.
we're having a blizzard here in ny im going back out to drive around
by herb on Apr 27, 2010 Vehicle: 1992 Audi 100 CS 4dr Sedan
Dependable car miles wise - but one incidence of having the gas pedal stuck in a very high speed while putting it in park, slamming on the breaks and finally turning off the engine was the only way to stop the fast acceleration that this car went into- It happened in a parking lot and luckily only hitting the car in front with minor damage- So frightening to go through everyone looked at me while it was happening and I got out of the car and said it was the car not me! My car repair man said it was a cross between the cruse control wires but not really sure. I only drove the car 1 time after- didn't trust it again.
by Elshi on Oct 25, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Audi 100 S 4dr Sedan
I was without a car for 15 months, because a lady with no insurance totalled my Buick. A neighbor had this beautiful little Audi that they sold to me for $3500. It has had electrical problems. Now it is sitting in a parking lot 30 miles away with water hose problems. We are not talking cheap repairs, for someone to even look at it, costs more than the complete repair of a different brand. If you have the money and the patience I think it would be a "fun" car. For a widow it is not the ideal car.
I have a 92 Audi 100S. Everyday when I start the car in the morning, it starts rough (as if all parts are loose - sounds more like a weak rusted old diesel engine). Then in a few seconds when the RPM ...