by Excelent Car on Dec 10, 2009 Vehicle: 1993 Audi 90 CS quattro 4dr Sedan AWD
After I wrecked my old truck I bought my Audi 90s. It was lowered with specialty tires and sport suspension. I love this car. It does great in the snow and I live in a place were it snows a lot. The only problem I have had with it is a small coolant leak. This car is extremely fun to drive and is reliable.
by f1chunk on Nov 9, 2008 Vehicle: 1993 Audi 90 CS quattro 4dr Sedan AWD
Purchased in '06 with 180,000 mi on original clutch and engine. Still running strong, now over 200,000. Replaced leaky water pump and overflow, that's about it. Zippy 5-speed sticks to the road in any condition. Burns tire tread pretty quick, and rubber is expensive on this car. Interior looks like it could be on current model year vehicle; climate control, heated seats, contemporary styling. Sporadic electrical trouble with fog lamps, reverse lights, dash lights. Fun car.
by turboaudi on Sep 3, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Audi 90 CS quattro 4dr Sedan AWD
The features on this car are simply
amazing even though its dated now.
The interior on mine is leather and it
is very durable, just take care of it
like anything else and it will last.
There are some improvements that can
be made to this car that can make it
even more fun to drive. Such as a
bored throttle body which helps low
end torque. RS2 ellipsoid headlamps
to improve vision at night
considerably. Also changing out the
suspension is something that I did to
improve handling. This car comes in
FWD and Quattro but I had to get the
Quattro. It rides quiet and I am very
happy with mine.
by JDukakas on Jul 17, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Audi 90 S 4dr Sedan
This car has been nothing but a major
problem. It was fun to drive for about 1,000
miles after I bought it, then the troubles
began. In a span of about 6 weeks, I
experienced a blown head gasket, ruptured
CV joint, and an oil leak as well as problems
with the alternator, fan belt, and coolant
leaks. This car is appealing at first glance,
but it has a history of these problems.
For most of its short life (1990-94), the Audi V8 was but a small blur in the luxury car marketplace. My friend's boyfriend had a '90 just like the one you mentioned, but it was the most troublesome c...
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