I purchased this vehicle at an insurance auction, the previous owner purchased it new in 1996 and only put on 8000 miles a year. The vehicle still drives and behaves like it is new. It has perfect get up and go, stereo system sounds amazing and seats are very comfortable on long drives. I do not like that the 1995 model had a recall for the ignition and even though the 1996 does the same exact thing it has not been recalled. Other than that the car is amazing in the snow and ice and just a very amazing car, i now have 124,000 miles on the vehicle and do not want to get rid of it. I would like to buy another Audi, maybe a convertible this time.
6 disc changer, 1 touch up and down front windows, 1 touch down windows on rear heated leather seats
wished that they put the 6 disc changer in the front of the car instead of the rear.
My first Audi was a 1987 Audi Coupe manual transmission and I loved it for 7 years when I sold it. I bought the 1996 Audi in 2000 with 48k miles on it and have had a great experience with it. The cars loves the snow and can get me anywhere in any kind of weather. I can pack all my family of 6 in the car easily with the help of the back-facing rear seat. The car is very peppy and very fun to drive. The interior design is beautiful with its red lighted gauges. The only trouble we had was with the Audi CD player that didn't survive long after we had it installed by Audi. Enjoy the ride!
This vehicle was my third Audi that I
have purchased since 1982, and by far,
the best of the three that I have
owned. The driveability and road feel
of this car brings driving to its
highest level. The quality of the
interior and exterior are on par with
all of the German luxury brands, i.e.,
BMW and Mercedes-Bentz. Even at seven
model years old, the vehicle still
looks and drives like a new car.
Interior fit-and-finish; quietness of
engine/driveline; capability of
carrying up to seven passengers w/
third rear seat.
Audi of America should import more
manual transmissions in all their
lines, not just the A4s, and bring in
more of the engine options that are
available in Europe. Audi AG should
also try to reduce the cost of
maintenance for their vehicles.