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
The ride is smooth. Engine power is
fairly strong. It usually doesn't
swith gear often even going up hills.
The car has a lot of room. I use it as
a U-hal to move stuff for friends.
When back seats are lay flat, a love
seat can fit in to the car.
If Audi dealer parts and services can
be more affordable. Replace 4 break
discs and tran flush at Audi dealer
would be $1500, but small shop will do
it for less than half. If you need to
service your audi, it is better to go
to some honest small car service
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