2001 Audi A6 2.7T Quattro AWD 4dr Sedan (2.7L 6cyl Turbo 5A)
We are faced with putting $5K of 'routine'
maintenance into this disappointing ride.
Turbos clogged, oil leaks, suspension
problems, etc. It was billed to us as a family
sedan w/ some pick-up-and-go. I had no
idea it would be more expensive to fix than a
porsche. Next time, I'll just buy one of those
instead. Also, the car drives much looser
now, compared to my E320 Benz. Audi can
keep its line of products for the gear heads.
Everyone I know who drives and Audi has a
$5-$15K hiccup with their vehicle along the
way. NO FUN.
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