This little but heavy Audi is a star raceing preformer with its Sports Button and Speed-o-matic transmission. Very comfortable power seats. All leather and AWD. The pearl white paint with matching rims is a head turner with the black leather interior and tinted windows. It has been a great car, fun to race too. It now has 217k miles on it but runs well still. Also it seems to have a heavy iron frame. I hit a stone wall and not even a dent in it. It's a tough little racing car that also looks classy.
Sports button, speedomatic transmission, AWD, sporty body and I love the paint. It shimmers in the sunset.
Nothing could be better except for if they could make this again brand new. The new Audi style isn't as cool and they never have repeated this exact shade of pearl paint.
I have had this car for over 4 years.
This is an awesome car! It has great
handeling, and power for passing
speeds. It flys down the freeway with
great fule economy. It is very
reliable! I would reccomend this car
to anyone! Espically over the BMW 325i
Beautiful Styling, Awesome German
Enginering! Great Handeling, Great
Fuel Economy, Awesome reliability!
They already did... they made a faster
engine, the 2.8L in the 93-95 Audi
90s. Faster is always better! :D
I bought this car my junior year in
High School for $2800. I recently
finished my soph year in college and
it's still going, with 199,500 miles
right now. Very comfortable car, even
with cloth seats, although the sunroof
can cramp headroom a bit for 6-footers
(and when autocrossing my helmet rubs
the ceiling). Ride is nice and smooth,
and very stable at higher speeds.
Handling is decent, but it's still a
family sedan :) Trunk space is decent,
as is rear seat room. Has been rock-
solid reliability-wise for me
(especially considering the mileage),
even with rather often home-to-college-
Mechanical reliability (soon will have
200,000 miles on original engine,
tranny, etc), great brakes, German
Wanted a quattro, but couldn't find
one :( Electrical systems can be
finicky on these cars (mine hasn't
really had any, but they happen on this
particular generation). And as
usual... MORE POWER! (engineer geeks
always need more power and more grip...)