2004 Audi A6 3.0 Avant quattro AWD 4dr Wagon (3.0L 6cyl 5A)
Vehicle started leaking oil and running rough at less than 12k. Dealer would not repair. Finaly after many complaints, dealer found coolant was leaking into the head gaskets. Short story is dealer has had the head gaskets out 3 separate times to 'resurface', car still leaking oil, repaired that several times. I was told the car is like a piece of cheese, when one hole is fixed, another opens up! That must be professional mechanic speak. Car has been in 29 times for serious repair in less than 2 years.
2004 Audi A6 2.7T quattro AWD 4dr Sedan (2.7L 6cyl Turbo 6M)
Overall this is a fine car, however I
have been extremely disappointed with
the service department at audi. The
feeling I got is that we are there for
them, instead of them being here for
us. The wait time 55 minutes to hand
them my keys was unacceptable. This is
my 2nd 2.7t. The radio reception has
been a major let down. I receive
nothing but static on the strongest
signals from the NY market
quatro gives secure feeling in bad
FIX the RADIO RECEPTION. Stop bundling
packages with options that are not
wanted or overpriced. My Honda van has
a better heating system, and radio
My Audi A6 gets me exactly 14.5 miles
to the gallon. The dealership (Legend
in Amityville)is absoulutely useless.
They dont honor the loaner agreement
and they try there hardest to make
ownership a miserable experience.
#1 AVOID THIS DEALERSHIP
#2 The car is a gas guzzler.
Favorite Feature is the compass
Improve the gas milage and stop feeding
2004 Audi A6 4.2 quattro AWD 4dr Sedan (4.2L 8cyl 5A)
My 7 month year old Audi rocks. With
Awd it is the best car in it's class.
My Ford lasted 7 months. My Wifes old
Audi lasted 7 years or more. I hope
mine will last 25 years. Me and my
wife both have the brand New Audi A6.
We also have a 2 year old Ford Taurus
which we bought for $25,000 and spent
$45,974 fixing. Ford is the worst,
and Audi is the best. I would always
recomend The Audi A6 To any one!!!!!!
I purchased my audi 3.0 FWD two years ago used (had 25K miles on it at the time). I was surprised with the average gas mileage(averaged 26.4 mpg) over the past two years. On the down side, I spent a lot of time in the shop for small items (some covered by warranty). Repairs included new battery, 4 cv boots, head light, two tail lights. On average I spent $1,200 per year in repairs not including oil changes, brakes and tires/rotations. Overall interior quality was less than I expected. The seats showed significant wear, the radio/heating buttons writing wore off and the wood (plastic) cracked during my two years of ownership. I previously owned a saab 9-5 and had none of these problems.
On board computer, size of trunk, sound system.
Better interior quality, more durable seat material
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