by GodBlessAudi on Jul 8, 2010 Vehicle: 2000 Audi A6 2.8 quattro 4dr Sedan AWD
99,000 miles, no hard driving or accident, decently maintained. Here are quote for repairing items from local dealer "Biener Audi" today. $580.- Front break pads and rotors $560.- Rear break pads and rotors $165. Coolant tank reservoir $800. Radiator $1100. Exhaust complete $1100. Both front lower control/wishbone suspension arms $192.- An hour & a half diagnosis $1600. Timing belt w/all rollers & water pump thermostat $400. Mirror (rusted because water sipping in) $800.- LED dashboard Total: $7,297. What should I do?
by Greg H on Apr 17, 2009 Vehicle: 2000 Audi A6 2.8 quattro 4dr Sedan AWD
Beautiful to look at. Metallic tan w/ a tan inside brown dash. I still have my 1996 A6 w/ 250,000 miles on it as we speak I have to drive the 96 because the 2000 is in the shop. Since owning the car I've replaced both cat converters w/ O2 sensors, timing belt water pump , all ball joints and tie rods, a number of blown cooling hoses (leaving me stranded) including 1 that was inside the engine $$$$. Spent over $2,000 on a oil leak (still leaks) was told that it's natural for that to happen, sensors etc. My 96 was sooo flawless and fun to drive much more powerful and comfortable. THE ABSOLUTE BEST CAR I'VE EVER OWNED!!!. I COULDN'T WAIT TO GET A NEWER ONE AND NOW I'LL NEVER BUY ANOTHER AUDI
by mrstros on Mar 24, 2009 Vehicle: 2000 Audi A6 2.8 quattro 4dr Sedan AWD
Purchased my A6 at 46K and it now has 112K miles. Everyone time I get in to drive it feels like a brand new car. The worse the weather the better it feels to drive. I truly love this car. Had only one big problem when interior flooded when cowl drain plugged. Great mileage as it averages 22 mpg when driven daily with AWD. Very well engineered.
by bullcell on Feb 21, 2008 Vehicle: 2000 Audi A6 2.8 quattro 4dr Sedan AWD
Problems included: (first two within 3 months of warranty expiration) 1. electronic window malfunction 2. LED dashboard diplay went out 3. Broken plastic in console lid, cup holders, & seat levers 4. Bad CVC joints and suspension assemblies 5. Broken camshaft & blown motor at 84000 miles (no hard driving & well maintained).
by belsico on Apr 5, 2004 Vehicle: 2000 Audi A6 2.8 quattro 4dr Sedan AWD
I am not a huge car buff and usually
can't tell the difference from one to
the next. The Audi A6 caught my eye
with its sleek lines -- after taking it
for a test drive, I was sold. The
steering and handling is extremely
tight, so you feel like you are really
It was amazing in the snow as well. I
almost felt like I was driving on dry
pavement even though there was 5 inches
of snow on the road.
When I took the car into my mechanic,
he found it in excellent shape and was
very pleased at the purchase (I was a
regular with my old Lexus).
Overall, I highly recommend this car --
a beauty that is fun to drive!
by 00AUDIA6 on Mar 31, 2004 Vehicle: 2000 Audi A6 2.8 quattro 4dr Sedan AWD
The car itself is decent, the Quattro does an
excellent job in a Maine winter, but the quality from
there on out drops. The rear cupholders both broke
in December 02. We have yet to hear back from the
dealer who is 'ordering the parts'. Vehicle is safe,
was in a minor accident and we did not feel
anything, but we sent it to the
dealership, and they fixed the rear bumper... with a
dent in the front bumper. Way to go for
quality control. Car has had many service problems,
and dealer's service has been unsatisfactory
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