by Schradog3 on Jun 8, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Audi 90 CS 4dr Sedan
I purchased my 90cs with about 60,000
miles on it and had problems from the
start. Within a couple months, the
oxygen sensors and catalytic convertors
went and were the first of many problems
to come. The list of replaced parts
includes: cat. convertors, oxygen
sensors, clutch master cylinder,
starter(2) , ignition, brake caliper,
water pump, thermostat. The mileage now
stands at 112,000 and the car is finally
on the selling block. Several other
problems have developed including the
roof fabric sagging, the drivers side
interior door handle no longer working,
and a constant clicking noise that
occurs when accelerating during turning,
supposedly from the heat shields.
by scott4 on Mar 14, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Audi 90 CS 4dr Sedan
This car was bought for me by my
parents. The guy we got it from was
asking 6k, but we knocked it down to
5200 because of a cracked windshield.
Fuel pump, power steering rack, and cv
boot needing repair within a year. not
too bad for a 10yr. old audi The ride
is very fun. It's by no means fast,
but it I consider it quick. The 5spd
combined with the v6 is a pleasure to
drive.The car has plenty of options for
being 10 years
old, including power sunroof, locks,
windows, power driver seat, heated
leather seats, and climate control.
Sure its not quattro, but its a hell of
by salesrep on Mar 2, 2002 Vehicle: 1993 Audi 90 CS 4dr Sedan
I just bought a "new" 93 90CS sedan today from a private party. It has <50000 miles and is spotless. Back seat never sat on. Full maint records included.
I have owed Audi's before and look forward to many miles of fun and safe driving.
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