2001 Audi allroad quattro AWD 4dr Wagon (2.7L 6cyl Turbo 6M)
Bought car used while still under Audi warranty. 110,000 miles on the car now, and no squeaks or rattles. The car isn't as reliable as older Audis I've owned, but more reliable than some cars. Wears tires quickly (a trait of AWD cars) but fat, sticky rubber isn't supposed to last. It is a car that looks like it belongs in a most affluent customer's driveway. Positive comments from everyone from airport valet to Samoan tuner/racers to a Porsche racing equipment vendor. It isn't an economy car, but will comfortably run rings around "sport" SUVs while getting far better mileage than they will. The Swiss Army knife of cars.
Adjustable suspension, cool headlights, the interior, "Wish I had one" comments from people driving more expensive cars. Surprising other drivers with the speed of this wagon. Can take it to a nice restaurant Friday and load it with pavers on Saturday. Kids love the reading lights.
AoA needs to give dealers better feedback on fixes. Leave it at level 2 for everyday driving and you'll have no suspension problems, replace the (inexpensive) rear rotors and have no more problems with the brakes. Service the transmission (or replace the pump) instead of replacing the tranny.
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