2004 Audi A8 L quattro AWD 4dr Sedan (4.2L 8cyl 6A)
Aside from the "tyre" pressure monitor
not indicating which tire is low, the
main problem is jolting acceleration.
Powerful engines can still have smooth
acceleration. The rear seat headrests
are so ill-designed that it is just a
matter of time before fatalities occur
during lane changes due to an
unnacceptably wide blind spot that
requires the driver to contort his neck
to see if the coast is clear. And what
is the deal with the coat hooks which
are the size of thumbtacks? Don't bring
more than one hanger when you travel or
your clothes will be all over the
floor. Don't buy this Audi on looks
alone. Test drive it first with my
comments in mind.
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