2001 Audi A6 2.7T Quattro AWD 4dr Sedan (2.7L 6cyl Turbo 5A)
The 2.7t in a word: amazing.
Connection to the road: excellent.
Cabin: very nice. As my lease comes to
an end, I am pleased to say so long to
my “dream car”. My problem?
Maintenance! When the Audi Advantage
plan ends prepare to pay. My car has
spent weeks in the shop; driver seat,
dashboard lights, and brake pads all
replaced. Plastic pieces broken turbo
pieces cracked and it seems both the
check engine or airbag light is on. The
newest problem is sounding like a
serious suspension problem. These
problems could be attributed to
demanding driving, but most of the time
this car is simply a commuter. Choose
this car be advised of a high
Simply Fast and Fun. Great in bad
weather. Four Heated Seats. Kick A*s
Bose Audio. Quattro. Tiptronic.
Awesome in the Mountains.
Maybe people who buy these cars have
extra money around to pay for the
repairs Beware after the "Audi
Advantage" has come to an end, you will
watch your bank balance drop, as your
car is maintained. Clearly Maintenance
is an issue.
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