Do not by one of these unless you are willing to shell out $$ for service and repairs.
Shortly after 80K you will notice small issue that result in very costly repairs, regardless of being diligent in regards to preventive maintenance.
CVTs are not a good idea, the controller (TCM) tend to fail before the CVT, either way you are looking at a minimum of $2500.
If you want an Audi buy one with a clutch or pay for extended warrenties, they are worth it.
Ride is great.
Handling is light considering the weight and I can still get 30+ mpg on an 2006 with 90K miles.
(CVT is worthless)
No more CVT !!!
If Audi doesn't back them up than why are they using them at all ?
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