1990 Audi 200 Quattro turbo
Although it is costly to maintain, I hope I can hang on to this car forever.
I had to replace an axle and a CV joint at 198000 miles.
The alternator went at 199000 miles.
The stereo was blown through the previous owner's fault (reversed the positive/negative battery cables) but the speakers still sound amazing with the stereo I replaced it with.
The sunroof is inconsistent-- occasionally it works, but more often than not it doesn't even try.
The fuel pump relay went out at 200,000 miles, although this was not a costly repair ($100 from an Audi dealership, parts and labor included).
The clutch also gave out at 200,000 miles. This was pretty pricey-- around $2000 from an Audi dealership.
Currently, the fuel injectors seem to be gunked up, so it has an inconsistent idle, sometimes stalling out if I don't keep the gas pedal (lightly) depressed.
This car handles just like it should-- amazingly. The turning radius is awesome, the pickup is incredible. After my previous cars, owning this one has reminded me that I actually love driving.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 3rd March, 2006