2002 Audi allroad quattro AWD 4dr Wagon (2.7L 6cyl Turbo 5A)
I am the third owner of this steroidal, German brute. This car was never designed to be a drag racer...so no need to treat it like one. Where this car truly shines is the open freeway and out in the open wild. Where can you get on-rail handling and passing power of a Porsche? Where can you charge down a snowy, dirt road at nearly 75mph with confidence? How about scale a 25% grade complete with ruts, roots and loam and not even break a sweat with wheel spin? Audi and its Torsen AWD is everything today's crossover/SUV owner wants. This car simply has Bentley comfort and Porsche performance. Is it worth the upkeep costs? YES. Life is too short to be driving dull, uninspiring cars!
-Four levels or ride height: Level 1 - Freeway and mountain passes Level 2 - Around town, with a commanding view of the road Level 3 - Dirt fire roads and gravel Level 4 - Tackling steep hills and rocky river crossings -Tiptronic clutchless shifting - Blistered wheel arches
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