by J.Moore on Apr 6, 2005 Vehicle: 1994 Audi 100 S 4dr Wagon
Drives like sports sedan. Just so expensive to maintain, repairs are redundant and not anyone can work on them. Forget oil changes at Jiffy Lube or any quick change shop, they don't even have the proper tool to remove cap on oil pan. Love driving it, but can't afford the maintenance prices and constant shop visits that require extended time and return visits to get it right. Ignition & cooling systems are the major culprits. I will still take a chance on the new Audis when I get a chance-maybe I'm just a glutton for punishment, but the drive and handling are so terrific, try one.
by taohk on Jul 28, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Audi 100 S 4dr Wagon
I purchased this car at May 2003 at a
very good price. Because it is a
wagon, and this car is not a quattro.
The car was in good condition with
dents. I replaced power steering pump
right after purchase. It was the only
problem. This is a 94 car, but it only
had 74500miles. The car is solid. I
never did any major serice since I
had. Now it has 96500miles. It still
goes strong. I replace new tires and
break discs at May 2004. Front wheel
drive is much cheaper to maintain. I
am getting a turn-up next week. So
far, I only spend about $1200 on the
car include the new 80k tires and
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