by James Speer on Aug 7, 2008 Vehicle: 1994 Audi Cabriolet
As third owner with 108k this vehicle has really impressed me. Vvery soild and responsive handling. Had it up to 150 kilometers an hour. No vibrations and quiet with top down. Vehicle was painted last year and every nec part was taken off, no rust anywhere. Replaced back window, would be great if it were glass. Original top is excellent. Will park this baby for the winter.
by mark dierking on Jul 10, 2008 Vehicle: 1994 Audi Cabriolet
This vehicle's only drawback is its limited leg room for me. Other than that, try cruising over the pass in winter with the heated seats, heater blasting and top down while the windscreen diverts that annoying covertible back breeze that would otherwise chll you to the bone. It is quiet enough to carry on a normal conversation too. All you need is a jacket, gloves and a ballcap. Pretty good mileage, 27mpg avg at 75mph to the Bay Area with the top down the whole way. Even in a light rain, it was OK just blowing over the top. A blast! It responds like a dream and has more than enough power, roadhandling and braking to satisfy the most discriminating.
by Schiek on Sep 1, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Audi Cabriolet
This Audi Cabriolet is the most solid
convertible at ten years old. We fell
in love with the new Audi Cabriolet,
but as a third car it was not
affordable for us. The first
generation of the Cab is an excellent
alternative. We also own a 2004 Audi
A4 Avant, and people think we have two
by Gregor Reti on Dec 25, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Audi Cabriolet
This car rocks! I wanted to buy a BMW but
my budget "Fortunately" did not allow it. The
Exterior design is more eye pleasing than the
BMW (same year). It is German and all that
good solid feel driving that car HARD. It is a
bit subtle in its engine power and is not as
aggressive as a hard-core driver would like
to experience it, but still beats most in traffic
and serpentines. Use "Sport" mode in
automatc transmission shifting (great
by JPAD on Jun 23, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Audi Cabriolet
I've had a green one since 1996,
bought it new. In 108,000 miles it's
had every maintenance. Replaced the
worn top cloth twice now just for
appearance, it has never, ever leaked.
No really big repairs under the hood,
though. Fan motor resistor recently
replaced as well as other small items,
switch. I think the elegant, block of
steel design inside and out will age
well. I have thoroughly enjoyed it in
the South. I'd heartily recommend such
a classi look and smooth performer.
The reason it feels underpowered is
that it weighs nearly 4,000 pounds.
It's not gotten a good reputation and
sales were never brisk. It's really a
super, solid car.
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