The design, quality and feel of this
vehicle is excellent. They thought of
almost everything. However, the seat is
uncomfortable and no matter what I do,
I can't seem to adjust it right. I have
also noticed that the vehicle skids,
lunges forward when accelerating, esp
into corners. Not sure why this is.
The overall design, build and quality
is excellent. The attention to detail
and how things feel is very evident.
Better front seats. Correct the
tendancy to skid/oversteer. The
steering wheel audio controls seem
cheap in comparison to the rest of the
vehicle. The alarm system is not very
loud, and they have left out the
interior sensor in the 2003 models.
2003 Audi A6 2.7T quattro AWD 4dr Sedan (2.7L 6cyl Turbo 5A)
I hope this gets through to some
people, I have owned American cars most
of my life and have had no issues up to
now. I bought an Audi A6 in 2002 and
since that time both the turbo and
transmission have gone bad, I had
issues with my tachometer staying
accurate as well, anyone else have some
defects like this?? Its just a hassle
Mechanical design, my kid could build a
better car But I guess everyone else
had good experiences, of course if I
had one then my review would be good as
2003 Audi A6 3.0 quattro AWD 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 5A)
A masterful blend of sport and luxury.
Capable handling without a punishing
ride. More than adequate power, albeit
not as muscular as some other
comparable offerings. Comfortable
without the squishiness of domestic
offerings. Proper use of technology for
purpose and not just gee-whiz gadgets.
Tiptronic transmission. Highway
handling. Quattro AWD. Ride comfort and
Steering wheel could have more
adjustment range for taller drivers.
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