Sleeper. It looks like a car mom would drive and she could, but she might not have her foot where it loves to be- on the floor. Load this car up with people and this is where this car just pulls. Strong runner loves 80 - 100. It handles very well, smooth ride, outstanding leather quailty - some say as thick as Elephant hide. It is a rare beast and I love the lack of badges on the car. If you buy one find your local Audi tuner and make friends. Parts can be hard to find and expensive, but check the salvage yards especially on the west coast.
After 17 years the leather still looks great. The wood dash has a nice quality that costs a lot these days. The car drives well and fast. The older body style is not for everyone, but when you get in a strong running Audi it is hard not to love driving.
Brakes. They are not bad, but for a car that was the third fastest production car in the 1/4 they should be much better. Lights. Wow. How are these legal - terrible A better way to get parts if needed. Check out some of your tuners they often have aftermarket performance parts you will love.
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