A high-revving V8 with 300+ hp and torque, AWD, luxury appointments, good looks inside and out, not everyone has one, it leaves little more to desire.
The only thing is better gas mileage but what can you expect from an AWD sports sedan with a V8.
And it's about fair compared to other V8 sedans in its class.
I will probably use all the 340hp less than 5% of the time but it's great to have the option to travel that fast when you need it.
Plus that sound is music to my ears.
Interior is typical Audi fashion - business like but materials, design, fit and finish are the best in the bunch.
I haven't received a single complaint about the backseat room yet
I know a sports sedan with AWD that weighs this much shouldn't get the best mileage but just so you know, GM can build even bigger V8's with better fuel economy. Just saying.
I'm also surprised Audi hasn't figured out how to build a hand brake that doesn't interfere with the armrest.
There's some great engineering in this car and then you have this annoying flaw where you have to adjust the armrest eveyrtime you pull the handbrake.
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